WPAFB Electronic FOIA Reading Room _EFRR_ Document Identification by gjjur4356


									                 WPAFB Electronic FOIA Reading Room (EFRR) Document Identification 


WPAFB FOIA Control Number:  09‐111 

Date of FOIA Request:  9 Dec 2008  

Requested Records:  Contract FA8623‐05‐C‐6350, Pyramid Services, Inc.,  

Subject:   AF Plant 42 Maintenance & Operations 

Final Official Response Date:  24 Dec 2008 

Determination:  Fully Releasable 



Contents:  Statement of Work (which is referred to as the Performance Work Statement)  
Dated – 22 July 2005

                               PWS TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0       General Description of Services                                             1
1.1       Organizational Responsibilities                                             1
1.2       Hours Of Operation:                                                         4
1.3       Physical Security, Escorts, and Key Control                                 4
1.4       Work Areas and Safety                                                       5
1.5       Conservation of Utilities:                                                  5
1.6       Performance of Services During Crisis                                       5
1.7       Communications With Government Personnel                                    5
1.8       Records and Record Keeping System                                           5
1.9       Asset Management System                                                     6
1.10      Quality Control Plan                                                        6
1.11      Quality Assurance                                                           7
1.12      Installation Plans                                                          7
1.13      Special Event Services                                                      7
1.14      Transition Period                                                           7
1.15      General Service Delivery Summary                                           8-9
1.16      Other Work Identified as Cost Reimbursable                                10-11

2.0       DEFINTIONS                                                                 1-6

3.0       Airfield Description of Services                                            1
3.1       Airfield Operations                                                         1
3.2       Compliance Documents                                                        2
3.3       Airfield Inspections                                                        2
3.4       Airfield Checks                                                             3
3.5       Airfield Surfaces                                                           3
3.6       Recertifications and Airfield Waivers                                       3
3.7       Airfield Maintenance                                                        4
3.8       Airfield Use and Access Control                                             4
3.9       Flightline Driving Licensing and Vehicle Flightline Access Registration     5
3.1       Collection of Landing Fees                                                  5
3.11      Transient Aircraft Services                                                 6
3.12      Adverse Weather Warnings                                                    6
3.13      Airfield Service Delivery Summary                                          6-7

4.0       Engineering Description of Services                                         1

4.1    Compliance Documents                                           1
4.2    Project Management                                             2
4.3    Engineering Support                                            2
4.4    Quality Control and Acceptance                                 3
4.5    Environmental Program                                          3
4.6    Environmental Spills And Releases:                             3
4.7    Energy Conservation Program                                    4
4.8    BES-FIN-POM Recommendations                                    4
4.9    Capital Type Rehabilitation (CTR) Program                      4
4.10   Geographic Information System:                                 4
4.11   As-Built Drawing File:                                         4
4.12   Engineering Service Delivery Summaries                         5

5.0    Fire Description of Services                                    1
5.1    Fire Compliance Documents                                       1
5.2    Fire And Emergency Services                                     2
5.3    Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program          2
5.4    Medical Surveillance Program                                    2
5.5    Fitness And Wellness Program                                    3
5.6    Fire Department Staffing And Organizational Structure.         3-6
5.7    Responses                                                       7
5.8    Proficiency Training                                            8
5.9    Mutual Aid Agreement                                            9
5.10   Self Inspections                                                9
5.11   Inventory and Special Levels                                    9
5.12   Fire Equipment Maintenance                                      9
5.13   Fire Prevention                                                10
5.14   Confined Spaces                                                11
5.15   Fire Hydrants                                                  11
5.16   Disaster Preparedness                                          11
5.17   Operational Risk Management                                    11
5.18   Automated Civil engineer System (ACES)                         11
5.19   Fire Service Delivery Summaries                                12

       Information Technology/Information Management Description of
6.0    Services                                                       1
6.1    Compliance Documents                                           1
6.2    Summary Of Expectations                                        2
6.3    Plans                                                          2
6.4    Telecommunications Management.                                 3

6.5    Land Mobile Radio (LMR)/Frequency Management                                  4
6.6    Network Management                                                           4-6
6.7    Computer Systems & Software Management.                                       6
6.8    Information Assurance                                                         6
6.9    Customer Support                                                              7
6.10   IT/IM Service Delivery Summary                                                8

7.0    Maintenance Description of Services                                          1
7.1    Maintenance Compliance Documents                                             1
7.2    Normal Maintenance Plan:                                                     2
7.3    Airfield Surfaces                                                            2
7.4    Roads, Walkways And Parking Areas:                                           2
7.5    Grounds                                                                      2
7.6    Storm Drainage System                                                        2
7.7    Buildings And Structures:                                                    2
       Well houses, Water Reservoirs, Pump Stations, Pumps, Water Lines, Valves
7.8    And Equipment (Includes Fire Protection):                                    3
7.9    Custodial Services And Refuse Disposal                                       3
7.10   Rodent And Pest Control                                                      3
7.11   Utility Systems                                                              3
7.12   Visual Air Navigation Systems                                                3
       Petroleum, Oils & Lubricants (Pol), Aircraft Fuels Storage, Operations And
7.13   Maintenance:                                                                  3
7.14   Fueling/Defueling Services                                                    3
7.15   Vehicle Maintenance And Repair:                                              3-4
7.16   Fire And Security Alarm Systems:                                              5
7.17   Fire Fighting Training Facility                                               5
7.18   Maintenance Service Delivery Summary                                         6-7

8.0    Safety Description of Service                                                1
8.1    Safety Compliance Documents                                                  1
8.2    Industrial Safety Operations                                                 1
8.3    Safety Programs and Plans                                                    2
8.4    Reports, Regulations, Reviews, and Briefings                                 2
8.5    Safety Service Delivery Summary                                              3

9.0    Security Description of Services                                              1
9.1    Security Compliance Documents                                                1-3
9.2    Security and Law Enforcement Operations                                       3
9.3    Physical Security Protection                                                  4

9.4     Installation Entry Control and Patrols                                   4
9.5     Search and Inspection                                                    4
9.6     Pass and Registration and Reports and Analysis                           4
9.7     Force Protection Condition Requirements                                  4
9.8     Contingency Response                                                     5
9.9     Armory                                                                   5
9.10    Training For Assigned Personnel                                          5
9.11    Evaluation of Personnel                                                  5
9.12    Security Service Delivery Summary                                       6-7

10.0    Government Furnished Property (GFP) Description of Services              1
10.1    GFP Compliance Documents                                                 1
10.2    Real Property                                                            1
10.3    Procurement of Supplies, Materials, and Equipment                       2-3
10.4    General Purpose Vehicles                                                 3
10.5    Use of GSA Leased Vehicles                                               3
10.6    Transportation Plan                                                      4
10.7    Contractor Operated Contractor Operated (COCO) Maintenance and Repair    4
10.8    Rent-free Use                                                            4
10.9    Supply Activity                                                          4
10.10   MILSTRIP                                                                 5
10.11   PCARSS                                                                   5
10.12   Payment Agent                                                            5
10.13   Contractor Telephone Utilization                                         5
10.14   Property Service Delivery Summaries                                      5

                                PWS ATTACHMENTS
1A      Government-Furnished Property
1A-1       Equipment And Material                                               .xls
1A-2       Real Property                                                        .xls
1A-3       Schedule Property                                                    .xls
1A-4       DD1149 Received Items                                                .xls
1A-5       Vehicle List                                                         .xls
1A-6       Technical Manuals                                                    .xls

1B      Delivery Summary for Submittal for Reports/Plans and Records (CDRLs)    .xls
1C      Qualifications/Certifications                                           .xls

1D   Workload Estimates       .xls

                                 SECTION 1
                        PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT
                           GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

1.0. Contract Scope of Work: Provide qualified personnel, program/business
management staff, services, and equipment to accomplish the total contractor operation
of Air Force Plant 42 except as specified as government furnished property in
Attachment 9. These services include, fire protection including structural fire
protection, aircraft rescue & fire fighting (ARFF), and emergency medical response;
installation security; maintenance of buildings, structures, pavements, roadways,
mechanical systems, utility systems, drainage systems, alarm systems, airfield lighting,
janitorial, refuse collection and disposal, and vehicle maintenance; information
technology and telecommunications; purchasing, supply, engineering, environmental,
and contract administration services; and other functions as detailed in the
Performance Work Statement.

Provide management of every area of contract performance. Provide services in
compliance with Air Force directives, federal, state, city, and county laws and
regulations. In the event laws/regulations change during the term of this contract, the
Contractor is required to comply at such time when laws/regulations become effective.
The Contractor is also the focal point for regulatory agency inspection. Where the
specific requirements of this contract are more stringent than applicable laws or
regulations, the Contractor shall comply with the contract. Comply with the publications,
instructions, directives, and technical orders (TOs) to include future changes, revisions
or replacements. Participate in all Installation Level exercises initiated by Det 1.
Additionally, the contractor is expected to be a partner with the Det 1 community in
continuously improving the quality of programs and services offered to its customers.

1.1. Organizational Responsibilities

1.1.1. Management Responsibilities: Provide an on-site management structure that has
full independent authority for the performance and execution of all functional
requirements of this PWS. Representatives shall be identified and be available during
normal hours of operations to meet with government personnel within 30 minutes. After
normal duty hours, the contractor representative or designated alternate shall be
available within 2 hours (CDRL 30).

1.1.2. Contract Administration Services/Property Management: Contract administration
services shall include but are not limited to the following: performance of contract
administration; procurement; contract budget, accounting, and invoicing; supply,
property management; subcontract management, and scheduling. The contractor shall
manage all contract costs and expenditures and provide a report to the Government
detailing expenditures, projections and balances. Procurement procedures shall be
submitted for Government review and approval (CDRL A010). Management,

accountability, and reporting of Government Furnished Property (GFP) shall be
governed by Parts 45 and 52 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
The contractor shall submit to the Government procedures for property accounting and
management within 60 days after the start of contract performance. (CDRL A010)

1.1.3. Contractor Personnel Employment Standards and Requirements Employment Eligibility: Shall not employ any person who is an employee of the
United States government if the employment of that person would create a conflict of
interest nor shall the Contractor employ any person who is an employee of the
Department of the Air Force, either military or civilian, unless such person seeks and
receives approval in accordance with Department of Defense (DoD) Manual 2500.7-R,
August 1993 (for military). Additionally, the Contractor shall not employ any person who
is an employee of the Department of the Air Force if such employment would be
contrary to Air Force policies. Employment Restrictions; The Government reserves the right to restrict the
employment on the installation of any contractor employees, or prospective employees,
who are identified as a potential threat to the health, safety, security, general well being
or operational mission of the installation or its population. The Government also
reserves the right to direct the removal of an employee for misconduct or security
reasons. This does not relieve the contractor from total performance of this contract Appearance Standards: Present a professional appearance so as to be easily
recognized as Contractor employees. Contractor employees will wear standard
uniforms of the type generally accepted for contract security guard forces, fire
department, and maintenance personnel, respectively. Ensure that dress attire, hair,
and beard styles do not interfere with safe or proper fit of personal protective
equipment. Laundry and dry cleaning of uniforms shall be the responsibility of the
contractor (CDRL A006).

. Contract Security Force personnel shall use equipment, other than weapons
and ammunition, furnished by the contractor. This equipment shall include but not
limited to; uniforms described in the Government approved Contractor Uniform Plan,
Security “Officer” Badge or shoulder patch, protective mask and carrier, pistol belt,
ammunition pouches, protective vest/soft body armor, flashlight, handcuffs with key and
carrying case or flex cuffs with case, uniform hat or cap, carrier for portable radio,
holster. Note: Government provided property will be weapons and ammunition. Employee Cooperation: All contractor personnel shall cooperate fully during Air
Force, state, and federal investigations, inspections, or audits without prior approval or
coordination with or from the contractor.

                                           2 Security Clearances: A Secret Security Clearance and/or National Agency
Check for a determination of trustworthiness (within the last 5 years) may be required in
the performance of the contract for selected personnel based on the nature of their
duties and positions (CDRL A029). Identification Credentials: Provide identification badges, which shall include the
company name, employee’s name and photo. The badges shall be visible at all times,
and worn in front between the waist and shoulder. Contractor employees who duties
require them to be connected to information systems and networks through the
Edwards AFB server will be required to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC) under
sponsorship by the Government. Driver Licenses: Ensure all contractor employees have the required current
state drivers’ licenses and state certifications for the type of vehicle assigned prior to
commencing work. Personnel Training and Qualification Standards: The Contractor shall
establish, implement, and maintain a formal training program that ensures Contractor
personnel are kept current for unique and special systems, equipment, software, local
procedures, applicable Federal, Air Force directives, industry standards, as well as state
and local laws. Develop, implement, conduct and document training for all positions
required to support the requirements of this PWS. Provide Train-the-Trainer capability
for each functional department when required. Training may include seminars, short
courses, management lectures, symposia, and technical conferences to ensure
contractor personnel are kept proficient in their respective career fields. Establish and
maintain standards for personnel qualifications and certifications, made available to the
government upon request. The contractor shall pay all tuition, transportation, per diem
and lodging costs associated with the training and conferences and/or workshops
providing employees information vital to their respective professional areas. All
contractor personnel must be literate in the English language (reading, speaking, and
writing). "Literate" shall be defined as capable of performance at the ninth grade level
or above on the California Achievement Test or comparable reading test instrument. Meetings: Contractor shall ensure a responsible member from each functional
department is present at all meetings pertaining to activities conducted on AFP 42.
Briefings and meeting minutes may be required. Attendance at meetings is considered
crucial to execution of the day-to-day activities. Additional participation may be required
because of previous meetings or environmental data available. Attend meetings
requested by other Plant activities such as pre-construction meetings, Airfield
Operations Board Meeting (AOB), and Bird Hazard Working Group (CDRL A001).

Performance Evaluation Meetings: Contractor functional representative may be
required to meet at least weekly with the Quality Assurance Personnel (QAP) and the
Administrative Contracting Officer during the first year of the contract. Meetings will be
held as often as necessary thereafter as determined by the Government

1.2. Hours Of Operation.

1.2.1. Normal Hours of Operation: Maintain a schedule suitable for the accomplishment
of all PWS requirements. The normal work week will be Monday through Friday with
duty hours from 0730 to 1600 hours except for those operations dictated by 24/7
requirements. As a minimum, refueling/defueling services shall be available from 0700 –
1900 during the normal work week. After normal work hours, contractor personnel shall
be available within 2 hours to respond to emergencies impacting Det 1 operations.

1.2.2. Recognized Holidays: The Contractor is not required to provide service, other
than 24/7 requirements on the following days:

       New Year’s Day                                    Labor Day
       Martin Luther King, Jr. Day                       Columbus Day
       President’s Day                                   Veteran’s Day
       Memorial Day                                      Thanksgiving Day
       Independence Day                                  Christmas Day

1.3. Physical Security, Escorts, Key Control, Intra-plant Mail, and Photographic

1.3.1 Secured Workplace: The Contractor shall ensure work areas and facilities are
accessed only by authorized personnel and that all government property in use within
those areas is safeguarded. At the end of each work period, all government facilities,
equipment, and materials shall be secured.

1.3.2 Escorts: During performance of this contract outside vendors, contractors, or
other government organizations will require access to the common area in order to
perform services, execute construction projects, or deliver supplies in support of the
ASC Det 1 operations. Contractor will be responsible for ensuring personnel are
available to perform escort duties for third parties requiring access to the installation
within the common areas.

1.3.3. Key Control: Establish and implement methods of making sure all keys issued to
the Contractor by the government are not lost or misplaced and are not used by
unauthorized persons. Do not duplicate any keys issued by the government.
Immediately report to the Government any occurrences of lost or duplicated keys or
unauthorized use. In the event any keys are lost or duplicated, the Contractor may be
required to re-key or replace the affected lock or locks or perform re-keying at their own
expense. Prohibit the use of keys issued by the government by any persons other than
the Contractor’s employees.

1.3.4. Intra-plant Mail: The Contractor shall provide the Government offices within the
common area with intra-plant mail and courier services with a minimum of one
delivery/pick-up per day and as required.

1.3.5. Photographic Services: The Contractor shall record on still, digital camera all
accidents, scenes of accidents, crashes, damage to government property, as well as
any photographs directed by the Administrative Contracting Officer or the Air Force on-
scene Commander. All images shall be considered restricted matter and may be
collected from the Contractor by the Air Force prior to processing.

1.4. Work Areas and Safety: Work Areas shall be kept clean. Storage areas shall be
free from accumulations of waste material, rubbish, tools, scaffolding, equipment, and
materials. Upon completion of the job, leave the work premises clean, neat, and
professional looking. All debris shall be removed and properly disposed.

1.5 CONSERVATION OF UTILITIES: The Contractor shall be responsible for utility
conservation and operating under conditions which preclude the waste of utilities at all
times for the common area. The Contractor shall pay for all utilities usage, including
electricity, gas, water, fuel, and any other associated items required sustain operations
within the common area and airfield complex. Payment for these utilities shall be at a
minimum cost under the material and supplies contract line items of the contract.

1.6. Emergency Services during Crisis Period: Upon notification by the ASC Det 1
Commander, the contractor shall provide emergency services. The government at its
option may augment surge requirements beyond the contractor’s normal scheduled
resources when it perceives that mission accomplishment is endangered due to
declared emergencies or natural disasters. The contractor shall continue to support Air
Force Plant 42 on a 24 hours a day basis until the crisis is over by ensuring enough
skilled personnel are available during a crisis for any operational emergency. Surge
periods, not to exceed 10 days in aggregate, shall be covered within scope. A plan
shall be developed and submitted to the Government that addresses the manner in
which said services will be provided in the event a crisis has been declared.

For surge period(s) exceeding 10 aggregate days, the ASC Det 1 Commander, his
designated representative, or the Administrative Contracting Officer will advise the
Contractor of the additional required level of effort, and the Contractor will provide a
“Not to Exceed” (NTE) amount for the work described. Written authorization will be
issued to continue the required support to any declared emergency or natural disaster.

1.7. Communications with Government Personnel: The Contractor shall possess
the ability to electronically communicate with Air Force personnel via the existing
network systems. In addition, contractor shall possess the capability to communicate
with Government personnel using methods involving cellular phones, radios, and/or

1.8. Records and Record Keeping System: The contractor shall provide
administrative support of the day-to-day operation on this contract. Contractor shall
establish and maintain an automated and fully integrated record keeping system that
will enable the seamless transfer of information to between functional activities

executing the contract. The system shall maintain data integrity by tracking changes
from the baseline system at contract performance start through contract completion/
termination. This function shall facilitate in the management of records, reports,
documents, and associated papers generated during the contract period of
performance, or required to be maintained on behalf of the Government. All functional
contractor departments shall utilize governing Air Force instructions (AFI’s), mandatory
reporting systems, and the Contract Data Requirement List (CDRL) instructions to
maintain records, reports, and documents. All records, reports, documents, and
associated papers (hardcopy or electronic) shall constitute the official government
records and will remain in place upon contract completion, transition, or termination.
Electronic records shall be readable by the Government using compatible, commercially
available, off-the-shelf software. All transactions/ changes to the records shall be
maintained and available for audit or examination at all times by the Government. If
requested by the government, the Contractor shall provide the original record or a
reproducible copy of any such record within 24 hours of receipt of the request unless
otherwise agreed to by the parties (CDRL A027).

1.9. Asset Management: The Contractor shall provide an integrated asset
management system offering the following automated features: seamless integration of
all functional areas with capability to provide a real-time audit trail to record all
transactions from initiation of a requirement to accounts payable. The system shall
encompass full tracking throughout the entire life cycle for use/consumption/disposal of
the items; subcontract management; purchasing status with source list capabilities and
history of procurements; property accountability with an auditable database including
recurring asset management and stock level, inventories; property status in all stages
including location, requisition status, serviceability, shelf-life and end item applicability;
maintenance features including current status of all service calls, work orders, and
maintenance projects, to include all costs of material and service provisions relating to
labor, parts requirements, and schedules.

Contractor shall develop procedures to receive, review, approve, disapprove, track,
coordinate, and assign a number to all work orders/work request involving emergency,
urgent or routine (includes periodic and preventative) response calls. This system shall
be efficient and have automated features with the ability to provide a seamless,
uninterrupted data transfer to the fully integrated asset management system to log,
track, audit and record all parameters of schedule, cost and performance.

This system shall be fully integrated to allow for real-time data valuation of all
information. It shall maintain the integrity of all systems by automatically updating and
maintaining each entry. Security features shall establish access rights and privileges
and be restricted to personnel who have a valid requirement to utilize the information.
(CDRL A027)

1.10. Quality Control Plan. The Contractor shall establish and maintain a complete
Quality Control Plan (QCP) to ensure the requirements of the contract are being met
and shall be updated during contract performance as changes occur. Contractor shall

also establish methods for identifying and preventing deficiencies in the quality of
services performed before the level of performance becomes unacceptable. (CDRL

1.11. Quality Assurance. The government representative Quality Assurance
Personnel (QAP) will evaluate the contractor’s performance through intermittent on-site
inspections of the contractor's quality control program and the government’s quality
assurance surveillance plan. The QAPs are representatives of the contracting officer
and will provide surveillance over contract performance. Contractor shall make
available representatives and records to QAPs demonstrating contract compliance.

1.12. Installation Plans. The contractor shall be responsible for the development,
review, coordination, and implementation of plans that focus on executing
responsibilities to provide security and establish protocols that enable contractor
personnel to respond to emergency situations for the installation. These plans include
Installation Security Plan, Full Spectrum Threat Response Plan, Emergency Response
Plan, and Disaster Preparedness Plan. Contractor shall ensure these plans are fully
integrated (CDRL A004).

1.13. Special Event Services. Government may periodically direct the contractor to
support community related events and function as a representatives of AFP 42. These
events include but are not limited to parades, change of command, armed forces day,
retirement ceremonies, and fire prevention activities, etc. Support of on-site or off-site
events may utilize personnel and vehicles that ordinarily support daily operations. In
those situations where special event services support has been directed, computation of
performance thresholds for that period will exempt these events from consideration.
Attendance at the event is considered within the scope PWS requirements and shall be
performed from the onset of the event through its duration.

1.14. Transition Period: The transition period shall commence 30 days prior to the
completion of contract F33657-99-C-0021. The incumbent contractor shall work with the
incoming contractor to accomplish a seamless transition without disruption of services
to the Government. The incoming contractor shall become familiar with work and
personnel requirements during this period. This includes obtaining security clearances,
training requirements, developing work plans and procedures, and developing quality
control plans and procedures.

1.14.1. Phase-In Schedule and Transition Plan. Incoming contractor shall submit a
transition plan to the Government prior to commencement of performance. Before the
incoming contractor assumes full responsibility, the outgoing contractor retains
responsibility for work performed, but will not act in a supervisory capacity over
incoming contractor employees. The contractor’s phase-in plan shall describe how and
when assumption of these responsibilities will occur. The intent of this transition period
is to efficiently and gradually transfer mission responsibility from one contractor to
another. Upon transition of responsibility for all functions, identified in the PWS, the
incoming contractor shall ensure full staffing is available in each functional area

according to submitted proposals to observe, interface, and work with the incumbent
work force, starting with the first day of the performance period. The contractor shall
provide and maintain properly trained, qualified, and certified personnel starting with the
first day of the performance period. (CDRL A003)

1.14.2. Transition and/or Removal of Contractor Property: Within 30 duty days
after contract completion or termination, the incumbent contractor shall make
arrangements remove all Contractor-owned vehicles, equipment, tools, supplies,
materials and other items from the Installation unless other transfer, sale, or disposition
arrangements have been made with the incoming contractor. The Government will not
be responsible for any Contractor-owned property left behind after contract completion
or termination. If the contractor does not remove said property from the Installation
within the stated time, the government will authorize disposal of the property through
appropriate methods. The incumbent contractor will be responsible for reimbursement
to the government for all expenses associated with disposition. The Government, at its
discretion, may withhold the expenses associated with disposition from any outstanding
payments due following contract completion.

1.14.2 Access to Facilities. The contractor will be allowed access to government
facilities at AFP 42 prior to the contract start date. The contractor may familiarize
supervisors, key personnel and staff with existing equipment, reporting, work scheduling
and procedures. Access to facilities shall not interfere with the work efforts of current in-
house personnel. The Government will arrange the access to ensure interference does
not occur.

1.15. Service Delivery Summary

Performance Objectives                   PWS Paragraph       Performance Threshold
Covers all of Contract

Quality of Work met task requirements.                       Met majority of task/contract
Work required little rework.                                 requirements. Majority of work
Deliverables were complete and                               was adequate and required little
accurate to meet customer objectives.                        rework. Deliverables were
                                                             complete and accurate in most
                                                             respects. Customer satisfied
                                                             with overall performance.
                                                             Adheres to effective Quality
                                                             Control plan.
Progress and Responsiveness to noted                         Completion of projects and task
deficiencies.                                                adequate, provide complete
                                                             project schedule containing
                                                             pertinent data, responsive to
                                                             corrective actions

Staffing, including recruitment,               Provided fully qualified staff in
employment, and efficient application to       almost all cases. Averaged 40
government needs.                              training hours per employee
                                               during the period. Contractor
                                               management was cognizant of
                                               customer needs and provided
                                               almost all of the staffing required
                                               on assigned tasks when required
                                               by the task. Customer
                                               reasonably satisfied with staffing
Cost Accounting and Management                 Costs were managed and used
                                               in a cost-effective manner.
                                               Costs incurred were consistent
                                               with cost estimates and
                                               guidelines. Budget and cost
                                               management practices and
                                               procedures met requirements.
                                               Cost documentation was
                                               adequate, with easy to follow
                                               rationale. Contingencies are
                                               appropriately forecast and
Interface/Communication                        Communication with internal and
                                               external customers was good.
                                               Only a few minor problems
                                               occurred due to communication
                                               problems. Adequate managerial
                                               involvement was demonstrated
                                               to prevent potential problems or
                                               delays in accomplishing the
                                               tasks. Internal and external
                                               customers reasonably satisfied
                                               with management
                                               communication. Notice of all
                                               significant employment and/ or
                                               contract related discussions
                                               provided without prompting by
Transition                                     Fully met all objectives of
                                               transition plan. Fully met all
                                               staffing requirements and
                                               assumption of risks.
Property Management                            The contractor’s program of
                                               property management fully met
                                               all objectives of the Federal
                                               Acquisition Regulation Parts 45
                                               and 52.

                         PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT

                              SECTION 1.16 OTHER WORK

                                           ON A

                             COST REIMBURSABLE BASIS

                                GENERAL INFORMATION

                           DO NOT BID THIS WORK

1.16. Other Work

Military Services and Site Contractor Support. (Cost Reimbursable Support as
requested under Work Request CLIN 0007). Based on the mission priorities,
requirements, and objectives, the need may arise from time to time during the
performance of this contract for the O&M contractor to support activities beyond the
normal baseline. This work could include but is not limited to:

       Military Exercises (flying/ground), support to flight test activities, and after hours
night mission support.

      Refuel/Defuel in support of DoD units stationed at AFP 42. The Contractor will
provide after hours Refuel/Defuel support for Government aircraft stationed at AFP 42
as required.

      Assault Landing Zone Taxiway Bravo is used in support of Air National Guard,
Reserve, and Air Force LZ Operations. The contractor may be tasked to provide layout,
change, paint, and maintain signs, boxes, placards and hold-lines on the taxiways and
surrounding areas specific to LZ operations. Rubber removal will be accomplished as

       Communication Network Support The contractor may be tasked to provide
network and SIPRNET connectivity for DoD units at AFP 42. Examples of requirements
may include an annual T-1 line/SIPRNET connection fees, hardware/software
maintenance requirements, software requirements, and maintenance support from Bldg
510 (Icehouse) to the individual units.

       Equipment/Vehicle Maintenance Support of DoD units stationed at AFP 42.
The Contractor may be tasked to provide equipment/vehicle maintenance services
covering Government owned equipment and/or vehicles only.

        Support to Other County, State, Federal Agencies The Government may
elect to allow other agencies to use the Fire Fighting Training Facility and other AFP42
assets on a case-by-case basis. In addition to operating the FFTF, the Contractor shall
ensure that the facility is in an operational readiness state at the conclusion of each
agency’s use. All costs incurred to operate the FFTF (fuel, labor, equipment, utilities,
required sampling and permits, administration, AFP 42 Fire Department support,
operational maintenance, depreciation, etc.) are reimbursable.
        NOTE: Joint training exercises involving the O&M contractor and outside
agencies will be exempt from the reimbursement requirements and the above
described costs will be considered part of the baseline support requirements.

       Forestry Services Nominally a self-contained and self-sufficient operation,
occasional land use of Plant 42 may be provided. O&M support may be required to
reload helicopters with water/fire suppression material, stage helicopters, and position
sleeping quarters for fire fighters engaged in wild land fire operations. Off plant support
of LA County will be in accordance with the current MOA.

                                 SECTION 2
                         PEFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT

Administrative Support: The contractor shall provide all administrative support
required under this contract.

AFP 42 Common Area: The area inside the perimeter/interior fence line available for
the common use of the taxiways and runways by the customers of AF Plant 42; does
not to include the property managed by Lockheed, Boeing, and Northrop Grumman.

Agency-peculiar property: Government-owned personal property that is peculiar to
the mission of one agency. It excludes Government material, special test equipment,
special tooling, and facilities.

Airfield Manager: That individual so designated by the Installation Commander to act
as his representative for all airfield functions.

Asset Management/Record Keeping System: Computerized, Windows compatible
and relationally based asset management system/ program, which seamlessly
integrates and tracks all information from project planning, acquisition and maintenance,
through disposition and invoicing.

Authorized Aircraft Operations: Any aircraft owned and operated by the US
Government or those commercially owned and/or operated aircraft whose operators
have been granted authorization to land at this facility in accordance with AFI 10-1001.

CAP: Contractor-acquired property. Property acquired or otherwise provided by the
contractor for performing a contract and to which the Government has title.

Capital Type Rehabilitation (CTR) Projects: Projects for major repair or replacement
of government-owned property that exceeds normal maintenance and that are outside
the scope of the PWS.

COCO: Contractor-owned, Contractor-operated.

Common Access Card (CAC): An identification card issued by the Department of
Defense/Air Force to Military, DoD Civilian, and selected DoD Contractor Civilian
personnel which bears the name, a photograph, and personal identification data on a
combination of a magnetic strip, bar code, and an electronically readable chip. The
card is used both as an identification card and an electronically readable means of
codifying Public Key Infrastructure information about individual employees for use with
DoD computer networks.

Contingency Response: Response that would require the implementation of
additional measures outside of normal routine responses. Examples are listed in the Air
Force Plant 42 Installation Security Plan.

Contract Administration Services/Business Management Services: The on-site
person responsible for the management and flow of the entire contract. Must have
knowledge of the FAR, DFARS and all applicable Regulations governing this contract.
Must have full authority to make decisions on all contractual matters for the contractor.

Contracting Officer Directed Work Request: Over and above normal preventive
work (work orders) on the contract which are directed by the Contracting Officer, and
are covered under the cost reimbursement Work Request CLIN.

Daily Briefings: A formal formation and the first call to duty where supervisors ensure
that personnel are fit for duty, appearance is in compliance with policies, required
equipment is in working condition, and necessary information is disseminated.

Electronic Interface: The capability to communicate with Air Force personnel using a
paperless means, i.e., computer-based electronic programs, software, and interfaces
compatible with existing network systems to furnish all reports, diagrams, and
documents requested by the Government in electronic format using software and
interfaces compatible with the Government’s programs, software, and interfaces. The
Government will be using Microsoft Windows 2003 Server and Windows XP
Professional operating systems, and the Microsoft Office 2003 Professional suite of
office applications, (i.e., Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Project, etc.), among others.

Emergency Response: A call requiring an immediate response.

Force Protection Condition (FPCON): A DoD-approved system standardizing the
Department’s identification, recommended preventative action, and responses to
terrorist threats against U. S personnel and facilities. This system is the principle
means for a commander to apply an operational decision on how to protect against
terrorism. The system is divided into 5 progressive levels; FPCON Normal, FPCON

FPCON ALPHA: This condition applies when there is a general threat of possible
terrorist activity against personnel and facilities, the nature and extent of which are
unpredictable, and circumstances do not justify full implementation of FPCON BRAVO
measures. However, it may be necessary to implement certain measures from higher
FPCONs resulting from intelligence received or as a deterrent. The measures in this
FPCON must be capable of being maintained indefinitely.

FPCON BRAVO: This condition applies when an increased and more predictable
threat of terrorist activity exists. The measures in this FPCON must be capable of being
maintained for weeks without causing undue hardship, affecting operational capability,
and aggravating relations with local authorities.

FPCON CHARLIE: This condition applies when an incident occurs or intelligence is
received indicating some form of terrorist action against personnel and facilities is
imminent. Implementation of measures in this FPCON for more than a short period
probably will create hardship and affect the peacetime activities of the unit and its

FPCON DELTA: This condition applies in the immediate area where a terrorist attack
has occurred or when intelligence has been received that terrorist action against a
specific location or person is likely. Normally, this FPCON is declared as a localized

FPCON NORMAL: This condition applies when a general global threat of possible
terrorist activity exists and warrants a routine security posture.

General Response: Responses to mitigate issues exclusive of security and fire.

Government-Furnished Property: Property in the possession of, or directly acquired
by, the Government and subsequently made available to the contractor.

GOCO: Government-owned, Contractor-operated.

Identification media/vehicle decals: Contractor ID/vehicle passes and government
issued vehicle decals. Vehicle decals will be issued to everyone working at AF Plant 42
on a long term basis (long term = career employee). Contractor ID credentials are not
required to be issued to Aerospace contractors.

Improved Grounds: Built-up sections of the installation which contains lawns and

Installation Security Plan: Plan identifying contingency scenarios at AF Plant 42 and
specific procedures to address the contingency.

Material: Property that may be incorporated into or attached to a deliverable end item
or that may be consumed or expended in performing a contract.

Material, Supplies and Equipment cost reimbursement CLIN: Services will not be paid
under this CLIN. This CLIN is for material, supplies and equipment procured for and
used or equipment replaced under this contract.

MILSTRIP: Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedure. A requisitioning and
issue procedure for use by the Military departments and contractors authorized by the
terms of a contract to requisition or move Government material to or from Government
supply control cognizance. A system with uniform codes and punch card formats that is
designed to standardize requisitioning and receiving, and which maximizes the use of
automatic data processing equipment.

Office Automation Systems: All electronic systems used for copying, faxing,
scanning, electronically digitizing, printing, and transmitting information by other than
voice means.

On-Site Management Structure: Any functional representative that is responsible for
the execution of this contract.

PCARSS: The Plant Clearance Automated Reutilization and Screening System, a web
based program for reporting and disposing of excess property and material. Process
initiated when contractor submits an electronically generated inventory schedule and
continues electronically through final disposition.

Plant Equipment: Personal property of a capital nature (including equipment, machine
tools, test equipment, furniture, vehicles, and accessory and auxiliary items) for use in
manufacturing supplies, in performing services, or for any administrative or general
plant purposes. It does not include special tooling or special test equipment.

Pre-construction meeting: Briefing by the government and equivalent functionals
advising a contractor of specific criteria which must be adhered to while working on AF
Plant 42

Preventative Maintenance: Periodic scheduled work required to preserve facilities
and equipment.

Property: All property, both real and personal. Includes facilities, material, special
tooling, special test equipment, and agency peculiar property.

Property Administrator/Plant Clearance: The on-site person(s) responsible for the
full spectrum of property accountability, management, and disposition. Must have
knowledge of FAR Parts 45 and 52 and the use of the Plant Clearance Automated
Reutilization and Screening System. (PCARSS).

Protection Level 2 Resources (PL2): Resources for which the loss, theft, destruction,
misuse, or compromise would cause significant harm to the war-fighting capability of the
United States. This level includes expensive, few in number, or one of a kind systems,
and intelligence-gathering systems critical to US operational capability. Security must
result in significant deterrence against hostile acts. Failing deterrence, security will
ensure a significant probability of detecting, intercepting, and defeating a hostile force
before it reaches the resource.

Protection Level 3 Resources (PL3): Resources for which the loss, theft, destruction,
misuse, or compromise would damage US war-fighting capability. This level includes
weapons not on alert but that can be programmed for alert status, selected C3 facilities,
systems, and equipment, and intelligence-gathering systems not critical to US
operational capability.

Protection Level 4 Resources (PL4): Resources which do not meet the definitions of
PL2 or 3 resources as discussed in the preceding paragraphs, but for which loss, theft,
destruction, misuse, or compromise would adversely affect the operational capability of
the Air Force. This level includes Arms, Ammunition & Explosive storage facilities, flight
line parking ramps to include mission support and other transit aircraft areas, mission
essential communication and computer centers, navigational aids and related
resources, control towers, and environmental control systems critical to operational
capability, fuel storage areas, and any other area containing mission essential
resources affecting operational capability.

Quality Assurance Personnel (QAP): The government will assign QAPs on this
contract to perform surveillance on the contractor’s work. The QAPs will have a risk-
based understanding of the contractor’s management systems and process
performance metrics to assure validation, surveillance, product quality and contract

Quality Control Plan: A contractor plan that incorporates all the requirements of this
contract. This plan shall include how the contractor will perform and maintain written
reports of self inspections.

Real Property: Land and rights in land, ground improvements, utility distribution
systems, and buildings and other structures.

Retreat: A ceremony in the evening before sunset during which the flag is lowered and
folded for the day. If the flag was at half staff, it will be raised to full staff before being

Reveille: A ceremony in the morning after sunrise during which the US flag is raised to
the proper height for the day (full staff – the flag is raised all the way to the top of the
flag pole, or half staff – the flag is raised to full staff then lowered to half staff for
morning a person or remembering an event in history).

Security Clearances and/or National Agency Checks: Clearances that involve
Contractor personnel. Those required by contract will be submitted to the appropriate
Agency. They will also be tracked, followed up and paid for by the Contractor.

Security Guard Force Procedures Manual: Detailed policy and procedures for
conducting specific tasks related to Security Force duties at AFP 42.

Security Training Plan: A detailed plan which defines the processes for educating
Security Force members on the policies and procedures governing their work
performance on AFP 42. It will contain the frequency of the training and any required
score necessary to pass the training.

Semi-Improved Grounds: This includes, but is not limited to, the airfield, munitions
storage areas and road shoulders.

Surge Requirements: Those periods in time where a situation occurs that requires
more manpower than during a regular duty shift.

Transition Plan: The overlap of work performance allowing the outgoing contractor to
assist the incoming contractor with a smooth transition for assuming responsibility for
all functions of the contract.

Unauthorized Aircraft Operations: Any aircraft landing at AF Plant 42 without prior
approval as determined by the Airfield Manager or his designee.

Unimproved Grounds: This includes, but is not limited to, the areas on the airfield
beyond the safety zones and unimproved areas requiring limited maintenance.

Work Order: Normal work required by the PWS and tracked by the contractor. A work
order is the internal process of scheduling O&M labor tasks and will be accomplished by
Contractor personnel. The work associated with these efforts will be covered by the
O&M CLIN. Work Orders are the types of recurring or preventive maintenance work
required to keep systems, facilities, equipment, infrastructure and grounds in good

Work Priorities: Emergency: An emergency call requires a situation be addressed
and/or mitigated immediately. Urgent: An urgent call requires a situation be addressed
and/or mitigated within 8 hours of notification. Routine: A routine call requires a
situation be addressed and/or mitigated during the normal course of periodic

Work Request: A request for over and above work to be performed that has not been
scheduled. Over and above work is described as work that is discovered during the
course of contract performance that is within the general scope of the contract, not
covered by the line items for the basic contract work, and necessary to satisfactorily
complete contract performance. All work requests require ACO approval.

                                   SECTION 3
                         PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT
                               AIRFIELD SERVICES

 3.0 Description of Services: Provide support for all airfield operations, maintenance,
 airfield inspections, and other services to ensure safe operations.

 3.1. Compliance Documents.

                                                           MANDATORY              ADVISORY
 PUBLICATION         DATE                TITLE             PARAGRAPHS           PARAGRAPHS
AFI 13-213                      Airfield Management                               All sections
                                                                                 pertaining to
                                                                                 Operations &
                  1-Mar-02                                                       Maintenance.
                                                             All sections
                                                          pertaining to Fire,
                                                            Operations &
FAA Advisory                                             Maintenance, EMS,
Circular                        Airport Emergency          and Resource
150/5200-31A      30-Sep-99     Plan                        Management.
AFI 10-1001                     Civil Aircraft Landing            M
AFI 32-1044                     Visual Air                        M
                                Navigation Systems
AFJMAN 32-                      Visual Air                        M
1076                            Navigation Facilities
AFI 32-1042                     Standards For                     M
                                Marking Airfields
FAA AC                          Airport Safety Self-                                  A
150/5200-18C                    Inspection
FAA AC                          Standards For                                         A
150/5340-1H                     Airport Markings
FAA AC                          Standards For                                         A
150/5340-18C                    Airport Sign
FAA AC                          Specification For                                     A
150/5345-43E                    Obstruction Lighting
FAA AC                          Specification For                                     A
150/5345-44G                    Taxiway And Runway

FAA AC                             Specification For                                          A
150/5345-12C                       Airport And Heliport
FAA AC                             Specification For                                          A
150/5345-27D                       Wind Cone
FAA AC                             Precision Approach                                         A
150/5345-28E                       Path Indicator
                                   (PAPI) Systems
AFI 24-301                         Vehicle operations                                  All sections
                                                                                       pertaining to
                                                                                     Operations on an
AFI 91-207                         USAF Traffic Safety                M

 3.2 Airfield Operations.

 3.2.1. Receive, review, update, and return to National Imagery Mapping Agency (NIMA)
 the monthly Flight Information Publication (FLIP) survey list of all publications currently
 on automatic distribution. Review products for accuracy and immediately notify
 appropriate agencies when errors and/or omissions are discovered.

 3.2.2. Respond to outside agency requests for information concerning the airfield,
 airfield support systems/facilities, and aircraft facilities no later than the agency’s allotted
 time or suspense.

 3.2.3. Attend Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention meetings, take meeting
 minutes, and submit minutes to Airfield Management for review, and disseminate
 minutes as requested (CDRL A001).

 3.2.4. Provide status regarding construction and other airfield activities to Airfield
 Management and Control tower manager daily that could affect airfield operation

 3.2.5. Report concerns regarding airfield issues to the Government for coordination and
 release to outside agencies or interested parties.

 3.2.6. Attend the quarterly Airfield Operations Board (AOB) meeting and be prepared to
 discuss various airfield management issues, take meeting minutes, submit minutes to
 Airfield Management for review, and disseminate minutes as requested (CDRL A001).

 3.3. Airfield Inspections.

 3.3.1. Daily Inspections: Inspect airfield twice daily. Complete and document the first

inspection prior to the published airfield operating hours. The purpose of this inspection
shall be to ensure no hazards to aircraft operations are present on the airfield.
Confirmation of the inspection shall be provided to the FAA control tower to open the
airfield. Complete and document the second airfield inspection at dusk. The purpose of
this inspection shall be to primarily inspect airfield lighting activation, reflectivity of
airfield markings, and to detect/disperse birds and animals that feed at night. Burned-
out airfield lights shall be replaced within 24 hours. Develop and maintain an airfield
inspection checklist to be made available to the Government upon request. . The
contractor shall prepare and submit an airfield pavement and lighting corrective action
plan that minimizes impact to the flying mission requirements for AFP 42 (CDRL 010).

3.3.2. Quarterly Inspections: Coordinate with ASC Det 1 personnel and/or other
required agencies to perform a comprehensive quarterly inspection of all airfield
facilities. Results of the inspection shall be made available and considered for inclusion
in the annual inspection report, if applicable.

3.3.3. Annual Inspections: Perform a comprehensive annual inspection of the airfield
pavements to be completed in the last quarter of each calendar year. The results of the
inspection shall be documented and provided to the Government. (CDRL 008)

3.4. Airfield Checks: Conduct inspections to examine the primary takeoff, landing,
and taxi surfaces in response to in-flight and ground emergencies; following operations
by large or wide body aircraft; after severe weather conditions; FOD checks;
BASH/habitat control; periodic inspection of construction areas; as well as areas
determined appropriate by the Government. Log discrepancies/hazards; document
actions taken, and monitor status until corrected.

3.5. Airfield Surfaces.

3.5.1. Coordinate runway and taxiway closures with Airfield Management a minimum of
3 working days in advance of requested closure date. Notify the FAA control tower and
the Airfield Manager immediately after repairs are completed or if scheduled repairs are
not accomplished as scheduled.

3.5.2. Remove rubber each September and April from concrete Runways 07/25 and
04/22, and re-stripe upon completion. Repair or replace any concrete pavement
damage caused by the rubber removal process prior to re-striping.

3.5.3. Ensure all airfield pavements are kept free from debris located within the common
use areas of AFP 42, to include an area 25 feet out from the runway and taxiway side
stripes. This work shall be accomplished during periods of minimum flight activity.

3.6. Re-certifications of Airfield Waivers: Coordinate with the Airfield Management,
Engineering, and Safety officers to perform an annual inspection and re-certification of
airfield waivers. Attend the annual waiver review board, document results, submit to
Airfield Management for review, and disseminate the report as requested. (CDRL A001)

3.7. Airfield Maintenance.

3.7.1. Attend all pre-construction briefings involving access to the airfield and provide
pertinent airfield information to all present at the meeting. Verify that all construction
projects include the requirement to clearly mark the construction area, utilize the
appropriate barricades and lights, and provide Airfield Management with a daily briefing
of proposed work.

3.7.2. Brief all airfield construction project managers on the flight line driving rules and
procedures. Operations on or near the airfield movement area will require two-way
radio contact with FAA Air Traffic Control personnel. Ensure that the airfield
construction workers use only designated routes to and from the construction site with
minimal impact on flying operations.

3.7.3. Notify all locally assigned airfield users of scheduled maintenance that may
impact airfield operations no later than 72 hours prior to the commencement of efforts
unless activity being performed is an emergency maintenance action which would
require immediate notification.

3.7.4. Coordinate with Airfield Management upon submittal of any AF Form 332
involving airfield maintenance. When appropriate, coordinate work requests with other
airfield facility users. Maintain a work request log that allows for easy tracking of airfield
maintenance projects.

3.7.5. Coordinate with the ASC Det 1 personnel and/or other outside agencies to
provide input as required, for the Air Installation Compatibility Use Zone (AICUZ) and
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) studies.

3.8. Airfield use and Access Control.

3.8.1. Coordinate with the ASC Det 1 personnel as well as the FAA Air Traffic Control
Tower Chief to perform an annual review of written policies, procedures, plans,
regulations, supplements, support agreements, memorandums of understanding
(MOUs), and letters of agreement (LOAs) pertaining to airfield management. Contractor
shall draft documents and submit to the Government for review and approval annually.
(CDRL A001)

3.8.2. Coordinate with ASC Det 1 personnel and provide recommendations on
planning, coordinating, finalizing and implementing special events such as change of
command, retirement ceremonies, ASC Det 1 sponsored community events, local air
show, etc., as they affect the airfield facilities and clear zone areas. The contractor shall
attend planning meetings for such activities and coordinate all special events vehicle
parking plans, to include aircraft static displays and all other display items.

3.8.3. Initiate and complete AF Form 651, Hazardous Air Traffic Report, or an AF Form
457, USAF Hazard Report, when necessary, to report safety hazards concerning
aircraft or vehicles on the flightline area. Submit the appropriate forms to ASC Det 1
(CDRL A011).

3.8.4. During responses to bird and/or animal activity, coordinate with ASC Det 1
Airfield Management to determine the correct Bird Watch Condition (BWC) (low,
moderate, or severe) local BASH plan. Provide notification of changes in the bird watch
condition to appropriate base personnel and locally assigned flying units. Advise air
traffic control personnel of all BASH hazards located on or near the airfield.

3.8.5. Store and use dispersal equipment such as bioacoustics, and other pyrotechnics.
Storage and handling of the equipment must be coordinated with Security Forces,
Safety, and Munitions Storage personnel.

3.8.6. Attend and participate as a member of the Bird Hazard Working Group (BHWG)
meetings, take meeting minutes, and make available for Government review. Provide
information relating to airfield activities to include responses to bird activity for tracking
and information purposes. (CDRL A001)

3.9. Flight line Driving Licensing and Vehicle Flightline Access Registration.

3.9.1. Develop and administer a flightline drivers program in accordance with AFI 13-
213 Chapter 4 and PFTI 91-100. (CDRL A001)

3.9.2. Provide a briefing on flightline driving at the Quarterly Air Operations Board
(AOB). These briefings shall include: changes to the airfield environment affecting
flight line drivers; flight line safety; negative trends; changes in procedures for issuing
flightline drivers licenses; status of the annual inspection of tenant Vehicle Control
Officer’s (VCO) flight line driving program; and other appropriate flightline driving topics.

3.10. Collection of Landing Fees:

3.10.1. Track aircraft operations and collect landing fees from civil aircraft using AFP 42
runways in accordance with AFI 10-1001 Civil Aircraft Landing Permits. Collected fees
shall be transferred to the U.S. Government on a monthly basis using an Airfield Usage
Landing Fee Report. In addition, the contractor shall aggregate the collected data and
submit a summary of commercial air operations activity via Commercial Fee Landing
Report. (CDRL A012)

3.10.2. Record daily significant incidents/events IAW AFI 13-213, paragraph

3.10.3. Coordinate unauthorized landings IAW AFI 10-1001, Civil Aircraft Landing
Permits. Para 10. Prepare a report of any unauthorized landings, emergency landings,

and intentional unauthorized landings by civil aircraft. Gather all necessary information
from the pilot and USAF agencies in order to prepare the report.

3.11.4. Establish procedures to ensure personnel do not release the names of
personnel allegedly involved in an aircraft incident or accident to agencies outside U.S.
Air Force channels. It is Air Force policy not to release names to outside agencies,
including the FAA, without the approval of HQ USAF/XOO.

3.11. Transient Aircraft Services.

3.11.1. Provide “follow me,” parking, marshaling, air and ground power support,
grounding, fire extinguisher placement, tie down, and chocking services for transient

3.11.2. Assist transient aircrews. This service may include but is not limited to the
following: access to telephones, providing desk space, transportation from the aircraft
to other locations within AFP 42, etc.

3.12. Adverse Weather Warnings: Receive, disseminate and log all weather
watch/warning or advisories. Log all events. Develop quick reaction checklist (QRC) to
ensure appropriate notification is accomplished and proper action taken.

3.13 Service Delivery Summaries

Performance Objectives           PWS Paragraph               Performance Threshold
Maintain After Hours Airfield                                100% of the time
Operations without ground
operations mishap
Take actions necessary to                                    Unacceptable – 2 or more
control and eliminate foreign                                discrepancies per quarter
object damage (FOD).                                         consisting of:
                                                             • Valid customer
                                                             • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                 Observed” Inspections.

Complete and document first                                  100% of the time
daily inspection prior to
published airfield operating
hours. Provide confirmation of
inspection to the FAA control
tower just prior to scheduled
airfield operating hours.
Conduct and document                                         Unacceptable – 2 or more
airfield checks in response to                               discrepancies per quarter
in-flight and ground                                         consisting of:
emergencies; following                                       • Valid customer

operations by large or wide               complaints.
body aircraft and after severe        •   Unsatisfactory “As
weather conditions.                       Observed” Inspections.
Ensure all active taxiways and        Unacceptable – 2 or more
runways located within the            discrepancies per quarter
common use areas of AFP 42,           consisting of:
are free of any foreign objects       • Valid customer
to include an area 25 feet out            complaints.
from the runway and taxiway           • Unsatisfactory “As
side stripes. Maintenance                 Observed” Inspections.
crews must provide immediate          .
response to requests by tower
or Airfield Management for

Administer an effective Bird          Unacceptable – 2 or more
Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH)         discrepancies per quarter
Abatement program                     consisting of:
                                      • Valid customer
                                      • Unsatisfactory “As
                                          Observed” Inspections.
Provide transient aircraft            Unacceptable – 2 or more
support                               discrepancies per quarter
                                      consisting of:
                                      • Valid customer
                                      • Unsatisfactory “As
                                          Observed” Inspections.
Collect landing fees from civil       Unacceptable – 2 or more
aircraft users                        discrepancies per quarter
                                      consisting of:
                                      • Valid customer
                                      • Unsatisfactory “As
                                          Observed” Inspections.

                                  SECTION 4
                        PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT
                            ENGINEERING SERVICES

  4.0. ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES: Provide the following engineering
  and engineering related services related to project management, design engineering
  support, maintenance engineering support, execution of Environmental programs,
  quality control program, energy conservation program, Budget Estimate Submittal
  (BES), Program Objective Memorandum (POM) and Financial (Fin) Plan
  recommendations, Capital Type Rehabilitation (CTR) program, maintain plant-wide
  Geographic Information System as-built drawing files, and associated information
  library, reproduction services.

  4.1. Compliance Documents.

                                                       MANDATORY            ADVISORY
 PUBLICATION        DATE               TITLE           PARAGRAPHS          PARAGRAPHS
                  24 Jun     Managing Industrial
AFI 63-701        94         Facilities                      5.4
AFI 32-1023                  Design And                      M
AFI 32-7045                  Environmental                   M
                             Assessment And
                             Management Program
                  XX Sep     ECAMP California
                  01         Supplement                      M
AFI 32-7020                  The Environmental               M
                             Restoration Program
AFI 32-7040                  Air Quality Compliance          M
AFI 32-7041                  Water Quality                   M
AFI 32-7042                  Solid And Hazardous             M
                             Waste Compliance
AFI 32-1052                  Facility Asbestos               M
AFI 32-7061                  The Environmental               M
                             Impact Analysis
AFI 32-7044                  Storage Tank                    M
FAA AC                       Design And Installation         M
150/5340-30                  Details For Airport

                                Visual Aids
AFI 32-1041                     Airfield Pavement                  M
                                Evaluation Concepts

  4.2. PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Provide project management in support of
  government activities. All actions shall be in accordance with the following:

  4.2.1 Ensure that projects developed by Engineering and/or other departments are
  planned, designed and constructed to the user’s requirements.

  4.2.2. Ensure that projects constructed through contractor sub-contract or in-house
  personnel are completed on schedule and on budget.

  4 2.3. Coordinate with site operators and other contractors for access and scheduling
  to preclude conflict during any project phase.

  4.2.4. Maintain a report of the status of projects developed by Engineering and/or other
  departments, and made available to the government. (CDRL A001)

  4.3 ENGINEERING SUPPORT: Provide engineering expertise, develop, and manage
  contract programs/projects to construct, improve, and maintain plant facilities and
  resources in support of government activities. Provide engineering expertise to support
  maintenance operations and programs, infrastructure and facility reviews, project
  reviews, service and utility contract management, and recurring work programs (CDRLs
  A001, A011, A012, A013, A014, A015).

  4.3.1. Provide engineering technical support of planning, design, pre-construction,
  construction and post-construction activities.

   4.3.2. Provide engineered project design/construction documents such as drawings,
  specifications and cost estimates, for purposes of contractor construction or government
  bids to third parties.

  4.3.3. Provide technical reviews of all design/construction documents for the common
  area prepared by third parties to ensure the project end items are usable and

  4.3.4. Provide operations and maintenance review and recommendations regarding
  material usage, method of repair and systems operation, test and evaluation.

  4.3.5. Provide technical support for annual facility maintenance reviews conducted by
  the Government.

4.3.6. Provide technical support for the plant’s service and utility contracts.

4.3.7. Provide certified professional engineering/architectural services on an as-needed

4.4. QUALITY CONTROL AND ACCEPTANCE: Provide quality control; certify the
project is acceptable, constructed in accordance with the approved design, and
complies with identified standards and specifications; execute transfer of project
Government via DD Form 1354 (Transfer and Acceptance of Military Real Property)

4.5. ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM: Adherence to all federal, state, and local
environmental laws, regulations, rules, policies and requirements is exclusively the
Contractor's responsibility. The Contractor shall be responsible for any civil or criminal
fines or penalties for any acts or omissions resulting in an environmental infraction
caused by the Contractor and any party acting on behalf of the Contractor, including but
not limited to, any parent, subsidiary, subcontractor, vendor, agent, employee, or
invitee. Contractor shall provide environmental expertise to manage the plant
environmental program, in support of government activities, to include the following
responsibilities (CDRL A016):

4.5.1. Initiate, develop, document, implement, and maintain Environmental Compliance,
Pollution Prevention and Environmental Restoration programs for the AFP 42 common

4.5.2. Identify, apply, sign, and maintain, as the operator, all necessary environmental
permits with regulatory agencies for the AFP 42 common area. Permits to Install,
Construct, and Use shall be obtained prior to installation of new equipment. The
Contractor's responsibilities include, but are not limited to: all testing, record keeping,
reporting, monitoring, and performing all other terms and conditions necessary to
comply with all environmental permits.

4.5.3. Support the annual Air Force ECAMP audit program. Provide environmental
related information, as required. Participate and support inspection activities for the
AFP 42 common area inclusive of sites 5 and 6

4.5.4. Provide input as required for the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) studies.

responsible for any and all damages to, and for any and all environmental remediation
at, the facilities where spills or releases into the environment of hazardous wastes,
hazardous materials, or toxic substances (defined in environmental rules or regulations)
are caused by any acts or omissions of the Contractor, or any party acting on behalf of
the Contractor, including but not limited to, any parent, subsidiary, subcontractor,
vendor, agent, employee, or invitee (CDRL A017).

4.6.1 Update, and maintain an approved Spill Prevention Control and
Countermeasures plan (SPCC)_for the plant to include regular inspections, and
employee training. (CDRL A017) Report all such incidents to the Air Force, as directed by Air Force guidance to
regulatory agencies as required by reportable quantity thresholds specified in
environmental rules or regulations.

4.6.2 Provide immediate response to situations involving materials such as POLs,
hazardous waste, hazardous materials, or toxic substance spills and releases in order
to effect containments and clean-up procedures compatible with any aggressive
materials either stored and used within the common areas by the AFP 42 O&M
contractor/subcontractors, or spilled as a result of operations in the common area.

4.7 ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM: Review all proposed projects for energy
efficient design, usage, and implementation.

4.8 BES-POM-FIN RECOMMENDATIONS: Provide inputs to the Financial Plan (FIN),
Budget Estimate Submittals (BES), and Program Objective Memoranda (POM) to the
Air Force annually. The inputs shall identify project scope, justification of need, and cost
estimate for new projects; repair projects to preserve, maintain, improve existing
infrastructure; and replacement projects (CDRL A015).

management services shall be provided when a project listed in the FIN/BES/POM
submittal is approved and funded by the Air Force, and the project is assigned to the
Contractor for accomplishment (CDRL A015).

4.10 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM: The Contractor shall maintain the
plant’s Geographic Information System (GIS). In addition, the Contractor shall be
responsible for updating the GIS as facility and infrastructure changes are made to the

4.11 AS-BUILT DRAWING FILE: The Contractor shall maintain as-built drawings for
the AFP 42 common areas and related information, such as pertinent studies,
specifications, test results and facility data. In addition, the contractor shall be
responsible for indexing drawings as additional projects are completed (CDRL A014).

4.12 Engineering Service Delivery Summary.

Engineering                             PWS Paragraph   Performance
Implement and maintain a                                100% of the time
comprehensive Environmental
Compliance, Pollution Prevention
and Environmental Restoration

Environmental compliance                                No more than 1
inspections and ECAMP Audits                            Major finding per
                                                        ECAMP Audit
                                                        (external or internal)
                                                        for noncompliance of
                                                        environmental policy
Regulator County, State, and                            No significant findings
Federal, etc, inspections                               that resulted in a
                                                        Notice Of Violation.
Report spills and releases to the                       100% of the time
Air Force and other agencies Is
there a CDRL for this? (Spill
Prevention Plan should include
requirements for notification)
Provide design review and field                         100% of the time
support for CTR projects assigned
to Corps of Engineers, Air Force
Center of Environmental
Excellence, and other design and
construction agencies
Manage permit requirements                              100% of the time
Maintain As-Built drawings                              100% of the time
Provide quality control for all                         100% of the time
facility projects (work order or work
request, in-house or sub-contract)
FIN-BES-POM inputs are prepared                         100% of the time within
and submitted to ensure funds are                       30 days of request
identified for future years’ needs
and requirements for CTR projects
/vehicles/equipment to sustain

                             SECTION 5
 5.0. Fire Description of Services: Perform Fire Protection Services,
 Emergency Medical/transportation service, hazardous material response, mutual
 aid service, fire alarm communication dispatch service and Aircraft Rescue and
 Fire Fighting (ARFF) Services on a 24-hour basis.

 5.1. Compliance Documents.

                                                                  MANDATORY                    ADVISORY
PUBLICATION             DATE                  TITLE               PARAGRAPHS                   PARAGRAPHS

FAA Advisory Circular
150/5200-31A                                                      All sections pertaining to
                                                                  Fire, Security, Operations
                                                                  & Maintenance, EMS, and
                        30-Sep-99   Airport Emergency Plan        Resource Management.
                                                                  Para 5
FAA Advisory Circular               Programs For Training
150/5210-17 Part 139                Of Aircraft Rescue And
                        9 Mar 94    Firefighting Personnel

NFPA Fire Codes         Latest      National Fire Protection      All Standards
                        Edition     Association

UFC 3-600-01                        Unified Facilities Criteria   All sections
                        17 Apr 03   (UFC)
                                    Fire Protection Engineering
                                    For Facilities
AFI 32-2001                         The Fire Protection           Para 2, 3 and 4.             3.1.4
                        1 Apr 99    Operations & Fire
                                    Prevention Program

 5.2 Fire And Emergency Services

 5.2.1. Provide fire and emergency services to prevent and minimize losses to
 lives, property, and the environment. Perform fire and emergency services
 functions as outlined in AFI 32-2001, National Fire Codes, and referenced
 publications. Provide for fire suppression, rescue, hazardous materials incidents,
 confined space and high angle rescue, reporting, ambulance and emergency
 medical services, recurring proficiency training, fire prevention, vehicle and
 ancillary equipment inspections and operator maintenance. Provide Fire

Prevention and maintenance and inspection of fire extinguishers in the common

5.2.2. Maintain sufficient numbers of DoD certified personnel to provide
management, training, and administrative support for a normal 40 hours work
week duty schedule Monday through Friday. Provide dedicated communications
dispatchers to operate the Fire Alarm Communication Center (FACC) for around-
the-clock coverage 365 days a year. Maintain operational shifts, staffed in
accordance with (IAW) DoDI 6055.6 and AFI 32-2001 for Set 4 (ASC Det 1
currently operating with a permanent waiver for B-2) aircraft with requisite
personnel inclusive of an Assistant Chief and fire alarm center operator that must
be physically present at all times to support the operational requirements. The
fire chief will determine the number of EMT-Bs required for each shift and at
outlying stations. Provide fire and emergency services for 24/7, 365 day a year

5.2.3. Report emergency responses in accordance with the automated
Government Furnished Fire and Emergency Response Notification System

5.3. Fire Department Occupational Safety & Health Program: Develop,
implement, and manage the fire fighter occupational safety and health program
IAW AFI 32-2001 and the most current edition of NFPA 1500. Prepare NFPA
1500 Worksheets and ensure records are maintained/available upon request by
ASC Det 1.

5.4. Medical Surveillance Program: Comply with and adhere to NFPA 1500
and NFPA 1582. The DoD Components' medical surveillance programs shall
include the pre-employment medical and physical criteria contained in NFPA
1500. DoD Fire and Emergency Service (F&ES) personnel shall receive an initial
and annual physical examination as specified in NFPA 1582.

5.4.1. Fire personnel must be certified by a physician as being physically fit for
assigned duty as prescribed by NFPA 1500, in approved operating instructions,
or other applicable governing directive(s). Shall certify, in writing, that personnel
is fit for duty, certified by a physician, and can demonstrate their ability to meet
the physical challenges and performances (related to their positions) in
accordance with NFPA standards, AFI 32-2001 and made available to the
government upon request. The program manager, prior to hiring, shall review
the results of pre-employment physical examinations. The results of the pre-
employment physical examination shall be filed on site and made available to the
government upon request.

5.4.2. Periodically, a fire officer or firefighter must be tested to ensure the
required physical performance requirements are met IAW AFI 32-2001 and
NFPA 1582 at the contractor’s expense. In addition, if a fire officer's or

firefighter's ability to meet the physical performance requirements is in question,
the individual may be tested. If the physical performance requirements are not
met the fire officer or firefighter will be removed from duty pending successful
completion of a physical performance rehabilitation program.

5.5. Fitness And Wellness Program. Ensure fire and emergency services
personnel whose position descriptions require participation in fire fighting
operations (to include fire chief and assistant chiefs) shall participate in the HQ
USAF Surgeon General approved fitness/wellness program as required by DoDI
6055.6, AFI 32-2001, NFPA 1500, chapter 8, and NFPA 1582. This program is
designed to insure that firefighters sustain a minimum degree of physical fitness
and well being. Firefighter physical fitness will also be observed during
emergency responses and training sessions. Individuals not physically capable
of performing essential job functions or who otherwise represent a direct threat to
the public safety or the safety of coworkers will be referred to the appropriate
medical authority for a fitness-for-duty evaluation in accordance with Title 5,
Code of Federal Regulations, Part 339, Medical Qualification Determination,
current edition. The contractor shall pay all cost for Fire and Emergency
Services personnel annual physical examinations as required by NFPA.

5.6. Fire Department Staffing And Organizational Structure. Implement a fire
department organization of qualified personnel to occupy the positions necessary
to protect Set 4 assets per AFI 32-2001. Personnel shall possess a basic
understanding of the use of computer data processing equipment and have
administrative skills sufficient to support assigned duties. Fire department
personnel shall be hired to perform position-related duties only. A position
description shall be developed for each duty position and made available upon
request to ASC Det 1. Proof of DoD certification shall be IAW Qualification
Attachment 4.

5.6.1. Fire emergency personnel shall meet the level of DOD certification for
each duty position assigned and so reflected in their position description. Fire
and emergency services personnel involved in fire ground operations shall be
certified to the first aid responder level and/or certified in American Red Cross or
American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and DoD
certified Fire Fighter II and Airport Fire fighter. The requirement to remain a DoD
certified employee in all positions shall be a condition of employment and so
reflected in their position description. Filling a position with a person of lesser
grade is authorized; however, persons filling in must be fully qualified and
certified for the advanced position.

5.6.2. The Fire Chief, Assistant Chief for Operations, and Training/Safety Officer
shall be graduates of or scheduled to attend the On-Scene Commander Course.
To ensure properly trained and certified rescue personnel are provided, the
contractor shall ensure that a portion of the fire fighting workforce has completed
advanced rescue training courses at Goodfellow AFB, TX or a comparable NFPA

commercial equivalent curriculum. The contractor shall pay all transportation,
per diem and lodging costs associated with the training for each listed position.

5.6.3. Fire Department Manager (Fire Chief) or designee shall be responsible for
the tasks and requirements in AFI 32-2001and this PWS. The Fire Chief or
alternate shall have full authority to act for the Contractor on Fire Department
matters relating to daily operation of this contract. The name of this person, and
an alternate or alternates who shall act for the Contractor when the Fire Chief is
absent, shall be designated in writing to the Government prior to the performance
start date of the contract. Fire Department Manager exercises managerial authority over the Fire
Protection organization and establishes and implements an effective fire
prevention and protection program, including hazardous materials, mutual aid,
emergency response, fire fighting and rescue services, confined space rescue,
emergency medical care and fire prevention programs. Develops goals and
objective for the Fire Protection organization. Approves policies and procedures
for the administration and technical supervision of personnel assigned to the Fire
Protection Division. Manages the activities involving two geographically
dispersed fire stations and an alarm room communication center. The Fire Chief
or his representative shall attend Air Force and Command sponsored/directed
conferences and seminars pertaining to fire and emergency services. The
contractor shall pay all transportation, per diem, lodging and associated costs The Fire Chief or representative designated by the Fire Chief shall
exercise command and control over response to an accident or incident on the
common-use area of the installation and will assume command and control within
the production sites when there is a fire department emergency. The Fire Chief
or representative designated by the Fire Chief shall retain command authority
until relieved by the PFTI Commander or his designated representative.

5.6.4. Assistant Chiefs for Operations. Supervise all aspects of airfield,
structural, confined spaces, medical, hazardous material firefighting and
personnel management. Be in-charge of the management and control,
supervising fire fighters in fire ground situations as well as the performance of
care and maintenance of apparatus and equipment. As an Assistant Chief of
Operations, assigned personnel will be required to participate in the
administrative and planning of comprehensive fire prevention and fire fighting
and rescue program of a sufficient magnitude at the installation.

5.6.5. Assistant Chiefs for Training/Safety Officer. Supervises all aspects of
airfield, structural, medical, hazardous materials firefighting and confined space
rescue. In addition, supervise, establish and manage an in-depth recurring
proficiency-training program that meets the requirements outlined in AFI 32-
2001. Position shall prepare training schedules, provide a tracking system,
maintain up-to-date reference materials and equipment to ensure fire protection

personnel are certified and maintain proficiency to the levels required in AFI 32-
2001 and applicable National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards. Be
responsible for the Fire Department Occupational Safety & Health program IAW
NFPA 1500 and AFI 32-2001.

5.6.6. Station Chief/Captain. The Captain (Supervisory Firefighter) at each
station shall perform supervisory duties as Station Chief with responsibility for
administrative and supervisory control over three or more crews assigned at
respective fire stations. Be engaged in airfield and structural firefighting, medical,
hazardous materials, and crash-rescue operations and assist in reducing and/or
eliminating potential fire hazards. As a Station Captain of a shift, assigned
personnel will participate in the administration of the day-to-day station duties,
operations, and assignments. Station Chief/Captains are authorized to take
command at the emergency scene until relieved by a senior fire official. During
incidents on or off Plant and when the situation dictates, the Senior Fire Officer
(SFO) may assign a Captain as an incident safety officer. Once assigned, the
safety officer has the authority to alter, suspend, or terminate those activities
deemed unsafe.

5.6.7. Crew Chief. Perform airfield, structural, medical, hazardous materials
firefighting and confined space rescue operations. Be capable of driving and
operating assigned Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) and structural vehicles
and have the knowledge and ability to take command at the emergency scene
until relieved by a senior fire official. Perform and direct vehicle inspection and
maintenance, direct and participate in exercises and training classes for assigned

5.6.8. Fire Fighter Rescue. A dedicated rescue team for each shift shall be
established. Firefighters assigned to the rescue vehicle must be DoD certified at
the Fire Fighter II, Airport Fire Fighter levels, HAZMAT Operations level and be
graduates of, or scheduled to attend, the Air Education Training Command
(AETC) Fire Fighter Rescue Course or a comparable NFPA commercial
equivalent curriculum.

5.6.9. Apparatus Driver/Operator/Fire Fighter. Perform in airfield; structural,
medical, hazardous materials fire fighting and confined space rescue operations.
Apparatus Driver/Operators shall drive and operate assigned ARFF, Tender,
structural, and medical vehicles. Perform equipment and vehicle functional tests
and operator maintenance IAW applicable TOs, NFPA Standards, manufacture
guides and local standards. Driver/operators are tested and recertified per NFPA
and local standards. Conduct water flow tests, inspect and maintain emergency
vehicles, make appropriate entries and maintain vehicle records. Be subject to
periodic medical evaluation, as required by NFPA 1500, Standard on Fire
Department Occupational Safety and Health Program, Section 8-1, Medical
Requirements, to determine medical fitness to perform the duties of a vehicle
driver/operator. Maintain current California license for assigned vehicle.

5.6.10. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Be assigned to a shift to provide
AFP 42 ambulance and emergency medical Basic Life Support (BLS) and
transportation services to support Plant and fire fighting operations as required
24/7. Respond to aircraft in-flight, ground emergencies, auto accidents, medical
and hazardous material emergencies and to mutual aid request in accordance
with Mutual Aid Agreements on a non-interference basis. Provide and/or arrange
emergency transport, as appropriate, to medical facilities in the local area.
Provide required medical treatment and act within the level of their
certification/training and arrange for transportation of patients to a trauma center
or, if critical, request private helicopter support for transport. Personnel designated by the fire chief shall be trained to at least the
Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) level to support installation
response and patient stabilization during medical emergencies. The Fire Chief
shall determine the number of EMT-Bs required for each shift. The fire
department shall meet the minimum requirements outlined in DoDI 6055.6-M-1,
DoD Standardized Emergency Medical Services Program (Draft). The contractor
shall pay all cost to ensure EMTs are certified and maintain certification through
the California Department of Health Services or National Registry. The contractor shall pay all costs to ensure fire fighters involved in fire
ground operations are trained and certified to the first aid first responder level
and in American Red Cross or American Heart Association cardiopulmonary
resuscitation (CPR). Personnel assigned ambulance driver or attendant duties in
support of the EMT duties must maintain EMT certification through the State of
California or through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians
(NREMT). The assigned ambulances shall be stocked and equipped to
California State Department of Health Services Standards.

5.6.11. Fire Alarm Communication Center (FACC) Dispatchers (Emergency Call
Center). Maintain around-the-clock capability, including routine breaks, with
dedicated communications dispatchers to conduct essential fire, medical and
emergency communications in the FACC. They shall be trained and locally
certified in the use of communications equipment including telephone, radio,
ESYS/Monaco and other electrical or electronic alarm signal receiving systems.
The FACC operator is qualified to receive emergency information, relay
information, dispatch proper equipment, maintain the Fire Department Daily Log
Book, and test and operate FACC equipment (radios, telephones, crash phone,
recording equipment, computer equipment, and fire alarm systems). The log
shall serve as an instrument to notify Air Force and contractor personnel of
important incidents, accidents, fires, or fire protection system outage, utility
outage, mutual aid response, and event that may have media potential. The log
shall be made available to the Air Force upon request.

                                          6 Dispatchers must be experienced in fire department operations, fire
alarm systems, and medical communication procedures and equipment
commensurate with the AFP 42 fire alarm center, including having experience in
dispatching equipment, recording equipment, telephone, radio, alarm-receiving
and transmitting equipment, and other electrical or electronic alarm signal
systems. Have an understanding in map reading commensurate with AFP 42 fire
alarm center, including utility maps, crash grid maps, street maps, and other
related maps. Be able to dispatch fire and medical apparatuses and request medical,
police, or other fire department assistance as necessary. Position shall be
manned 24 hours a day, seven days per week performing position-related duties
only. If fire fighters are assigned as fire alarm communications operator, they
shall be properly trained and certified in fire alarm communications.

5.7. Responses: Respond to actual or potential aircraft in-flight, ground
emergencies, unauthorized landings, structural fire emergencies, alarms, auto
accidents, medical, mutual aid request, and hazardous material emergencies.
These events shall not be used to take the place of any recurring proficiency
training exercises. Respond to requests for mutual aid in accordance with
Mutual Aid Agreements provided primary mission integrity is maintained. Aircraft
emergency response times are outlined in AFI 32-2001. Facility emergency
response times are outlined in DoDI 6055.6. Pre-incident plans shall be
developed and maintained IAW AFI 32-2001 and subject to periodic review by
the Government.

5.7.1. Safety During an Emergency For On or Off-Plant Responses: An on-
scene Safety Officer shall be IAW AFI 32-2001.

5.7.2. Aircraft Emergency Response: The primary mission of fire protection is to
support the flying mission. Respond to aircraft emergencies and/or incidents,
both ground and in-flight, either on or off Plant as directed by the SFO. Provide
the necessary vehicles, personnel and equipment that will meet the minimum
requirement to respond to a particular size aircraft as outlined in AFI 32-2001.
The intent is to have sufficient water and fire fighting agent supply (from crash
vehicles) and qualified fire fighting personnel per AFI 32-2001 at the incident site
to operate the equipment, attack the fire, re-supply vehicles, and provide rescue
operations. Complete after-action reports and assist accident investigation
board. Provide stand-by services to GOCO Production Contractors and/or
military flying operations. Provide ramp patrol in the common use area where
transient aircraft are parked. Provide services to the sites adjacent to AFP 42
(Site 9 and Plant 10) as directed by the Administrative Contracting Officer or

                                         7 Shall develop pre-incident plans for transient aircraft that frequent the
Plant. Aircraft pre-incident plans shall be recorded and maintained IAW AFI 32-

5.7.3. Facility Emergency and Rescue Responses. Respond to actual or
potential fire and rescue incidents, fire alarms, HAZMAT, confined space rescue
and disasters with adequate personnel and equipment. In case of simultaneous
crash and structural emergencies, the senior fire officer will prioritize vehicles to
both responses based on the circumstances of each. Coordinate evacuation of
casualties or personnel requiring emergency medical treatment to the nearest
medical facility.

5.8. Proficiency Training: Provide a quality fire fighter proficiency training
program IAW AFI 32-2001, NFPA, and the current Federal Aviation Regulation
Part 139. A fire fighter certification program will be established and conducted
IAW DoDI 6055.6. Recurring certification and training requirements are the
responsibility of the contractor to maintain for all fire department personnel. The
fire department training schedule shall be provided to the ASC Det 1 one week
prior to the beginning of the month. (CDRL A005)

5.8.1. Establish and maintain a Training and Standardization Evaluation Program
for the Fire Department personnel. Training shall be provided and documented
for personnel assigned fire and emergency service duties through an on-the-job
training program, in conformance with the objectives outline in the Air Force Fire
Fighter Certification System. Maintain on site and make available to the
government upon request, Training and Standardization Evaluation Plan and
documentation related to training and standardization evaluation certifications.
This plan will be updated annually or as required. Maintain all other training
plans and records and provide a copy to the ASC Det 1 upon request.

5.8.2. Demonstrate functional capability of equipment by participation in Air Force
directed exercises of fire, crash rescue, and medical response capabilities. The
Air Force directed exercises shall be quarterly or as necessary to ensure
proficiency. The Fire Chief and Air Force may conduct drills, without notice, at
their discretion.

5.8.3. The Fire Department personnel shall be responsible for the operation of
the Fire Fighting Training Facility (FFTF) during training exercises for both AFP
42 Personnel and Other Federal Agencies IAW Standard Operation Procedures
and FFTF Safety Procedures. Only qualified personnel shall be permitted to
operate and maintain the FFTF. Qualification is obtained through an approved
training course such as through the manufacturer/installer or by an instructor
trained by the manufacturer/installer.

5.9. Mutual Aid Agreement: Manage the Mutual Aid Agreement IAW AFI 32-
2001, and recommend changes to the government. Update the mutual aid
agreement whenever there is a change in either party who has signed the

5.10. Self Inspections: Develop and manage a self-inspection program. Self-
inspection checklists shall be developed for each functional area.

5.11. Inventory and Special Levels. Perform daily, weekly and as needed
inventory inspections of mounted equipment and fire fighting agents. Equipment
and fire fighting agent special levels shall be maintained IAW AFI 32-2001.
Adequate bench stocks shall be maintained only after approval from the ACO.
Bench stock and special levels shall be established and maintained for all
functional areas, i.e. extinguisher parts, administrative/ janitorial supplies,
personal protective equipment (PPE), fire fighting agents, ancillary equipment,
etc., at Government’s expense.

5.11.1. Maintain a list by vehicle and location of Fire Department inventory of
tools and equipment. The list shall be updated as changes occur and be
available upon request. Maintain equipment to a constant state of readiness
Equipment lists shall be made from the Government Property records maintained
by the contractor and periodically updated as the inventory changes. Maintain the ancillary ambulance equipment for medical response.
Minimum levels of equipment are those required for California licensing.

5.12. Fire Equipment Maintenance. Maintain ARFF and Fire Department Fleet
vehicles and equipment in a constant state of readiness. Perform daily
inspections and after use checks of vehicle, and equipment IAW with applicable
TOs. Fire emergency vehicles and ancillary equipment shall be inspected daily
to ensure they are operational.

5.12.1. Perform and maintain weekly inspections, operational and annual tests
on the vehicles fire fighting systems and fire fighting rescue equipment i.e., tools,
hoses, ladders, etc., in accordance with applicable TO.s, owner manuals and
NFPA Standards without deviation from such standards or due dates.
Inspections and tests shall be documented on AF Forms 1071, 1812, 1819,
and/or computer entry or approved equivalent as applicable and maintained on
file. Compile a monthly vehicle discrepancy report for fire and emergency
response vehicles indicating un-repaired deficiencies and what corrective action
has been initiated and make this report available to the Government.

5.12.2. A preventive maintenance program shall be established, and records
shall be maintained. Maintenance, inspections, and repairs shall be performed
by qualified persons experienced with the type of vehicle or the type of work to

be performed in accordance with vehicle manufacturer's instructions.
Manufacturer's instructions shall be considered as minimum criteria for the
maintenance, inspection, and repair of equipment.

5.12.3. Prior to, when applicable, any time an ARFF vehicle becomes
inoperative, the GOCO Production Contractors’ Government Flight
Representative (GFR) and ASC Det 1 shall be notified immediately. The flying
and aircraft maintenance activity requiring coverage above the remaining ARFF
vehicles capabilities and may be curtailed at the discretion of ASC Det 1.

5.13. Fire Prevention. Implement a fire prevention program for the common
area that meets the criteria in AFI 32-2001 and the National Fire Codes. Prepare
and implement a fire inspection schedule for the common area. This shall
involve inspection of facilities, fire suppression systems, fire/smoke detection and
alarm systems, portable fire extinguishers and fire hydrants.

5.13.1. Conduct annual facility fire prevention assessments, unless required
more often by public law or other statutory requirements. If inspections are
accomplished by fire crews, a Fire Inspector II shall accompany the crews.
Inspect and maintain fire extinguishers in the common use area of AFP 42 in
accordance with NFPA standards. An inspection and maintenance log shall be
maintained on-site and made available to the government upon request.

5.13.2. Ensure AF Form 218, Facility Fire Prevention and Protection Record or
an approved equivalent can be used.

5.13.3. AF Form 1487, Fire Prevention Visit Report, or automated product, is
required to identify the condition of the fire prevention program. Also establish
procedures for routing these reports to the responsible building managers for
abatement and for documentation and verification of corrective action. Maintain
a logbook for Fire Prevention Visit Reports issued. The reports shall be filed by
facility and be provided with a numbering system for tracking.

5.13.4. Provide technical assistance by reviewing and commenting on facility
designs, projects, work orders, and other work source documents ensuring
compliance with NFPA and DoD Fire Prevention directorates. Conduct fire
briefings as part of pre-construction project activities. Conduct periodic fire
reviews of project construction sites. Provide technical assistance and general
support for government representatives during investigations of fire incidents,
loss of life or injury-due-to-fire related incidents. Assist and accompany the Air
Force representative during the Air Force annual facility review, which includes
fire protection and fire prevention review.

5.13.5. Develop, update, and implement a PFTI regulatory fire prevention
publication in accordance with the standards outlined in AFI 32-2001. This
publication shall be written to convey local requirements not specifically identified

in other Air Force regulations and shall be numbered PFTI Instruction 32-2001.
The PFTI instruction shall be reviewed annually or as changes occur which ever
comes first and submitted to ASC Det 1 for review and approval.

5.14. Confined Spaces. Pay all costs to ensure compliance with OSHA 29 CFR
1910.146 permit – required confined spaces. Equipment shall be maintained
and/or replaced as required by the contractor. All potential confined space entry
points in the common area shall be identified. Entry shall be made by permit only
IAW OSHA, CalOSHA, or AFOSH Standard 91-25. Be responsible for an
effective confined space and high angle rescue program. Maintain a high level of
expertise through a thorough and effective hands-on training program. AFOSH
Standard 91-25 may be used as guidance.

5.15. Fire Hydrants: Perform flow tests and replace components IAW UFC 3-
600-01 and AFI 32-2001. Record all water distribution tests on AF Form 1027,
Water Flow Test Record, or automated product, and provide copies of all water
distribution tests to the fire chief.

5.16. Disaster Preparedness. The contractor shall develop a program to
support AFP 42 in the event of the occurrence of a Disaster in accordance with
AFI 32-2001, AFI 10-2501, DoDI regulations and hazardous material response
within 30 days of contract initiation. The SFO shall respond to all actual or Plant
exercise incidents and provide emergency services falling under the Fire
Department realm of responsibility. Properly use, protect, maintain and secure
all department equipment in accordance with applicable directives and
publications issued for such equipment. Materials used to support the disaster
scene shall be replenished immediately to maintain response readiness (See
Section 1.12).

5.17. Operational Risk Management. The contractor shall develop ORM plans
in accordance with AFI 32-2001 when the fire department fails to comply with
DoD and Air Force instructions, OSHA regulations, and NFPA standards.

5.18. Automated Civil Engineer System (ACES). Fire Department Personnel
shall be trained and possess the necessary skills and familiarity to fully utilize the
ACES-FD database and associated capabilities in supporting Fire Department


                                          Statement of  Performance Threshold
1 Service Provider                       Work Paragraph
Provide 24-hour Fire Protection services       5.0      100% of the time.
   Comply with all applicable national,       5.2.1     No more than two customer
  state, local, and DOD regulations, as                 complaints per quarter
                                                        • Valid customer complaints.
 well as National Fire Codes published
                                                        • Unsatisfactory “As
                 by NFPA                                   Observed” Inspections.

   Maintain fully qualified and trained        5.2.2, 5.4, 5.5,        100% of the time.
    personnel for positions assigned              5.6, 5.8
 Professionally respond to and mitigate              5.7          Sufficient staff of qualified
   emergencies involving hazardous                                fire fighters responds to
                materials                                         100% of calls.
 Professionally respond to and mitigate              5.7          Sufficient staff of qualified
   emergencies involving emergency                                fire fighters responds to
                 rescues                                          100% of calls.
 Professionally respond to and mitigate              5.7          Sufficient staff of qualified
    emergencies involving structural                              fire fighters responds to
       fires/hazardous situations                                 100% of calls. Response
                                                                  time shall be met 90% of
                                                                  the time.
 Professionally respond to and mitigate              5.7          Sufficient staff of qualified
 emergencies involving miscellaneous                              fire fighters responds to
                  fires                                           100% of calls.
 Professionally respond to and mitigate              5.7          Sufficient staff of qualified
     emergencies involving aircraft                               fire fighters responds to
               emergency                                          100% of calls. Response
                                                                  time shall be met 100% of
                                                                  the time.
  BLS Response Time Six Minutes to                 5.6.10             90 % of BLS calls per
             Patient Contact                                                   month
   BLS Response Time 12 Minutes to                 5.6.10             100% of BLS calls per
             Patient Contact                                                   month
Answers all in-coming calls at the Fire            5.6.11         A qualified FACC operator
Alarm Communications Center (FACC)                                operates the FACC 24
and dispatch appropriate emergency                                hours per day 100% of the
vehicles.                                                         time.
Complete fire prevention inspections.               5.13                 100% of the time.

                                       SECTION 6


6.0 Information Technology/Information Management Description of Services.
The contractor shall provide ASC, Det 1 with timely high quality communications and
computer services. These services shall include IT planning, telecommunications, Land
Mobile Radio (LMR)/frequency management, Local Area Network (LAN) management,
interface and connectivity to the Edwards Air Force Base (EAFB) Wide Area Network
(WAN), computer systems and software management, information assurance, and
customer support. The contractor shall be required to plan and provide for the “tech
refresh” replacement of all GFP personal computers (approx. 19) and operating
systems in use by the contractor at the end of the three-year point of the contract with
suitable, equivalent, and updated technology, thereby ensuring compatibility and
continued usefulness of computer systems. The M&S CLIN may be used to support
“tech refresh” replacement of Det 1 computer assets only.

6.1. Compliance Documents.

                                                             MANDATORY          ADVISORY
PUBLICATION        DATE                  TITLE               PARAGRAPHS         PARAGRAPHS
AFI 33-115, Vol.   27 Aug     Licensing Network Users        Paras. 3, 4.5.2,   Attachment 1,
2                  03         and Certifying Network         5.1, 5.2, 5.3,     Abbreviations
                              Professionals                  5.4, 5.6, 5.6.1,   and Acronyms
                                                             5.6.2, & 7.2.
AFI 33-129            04 Apr Transmission of Information     Paras. 1, 2,       Attachment 1,
                          01 Via the Internet                3.6, 6, 6.1,       Abbreviations
                                                             6.1.1 thru         and Acronyms,
                                                             6.1.12, 6.3,       Terms; IC 99-1,
                                                             11.1.3, 11.1.4,    Abbreviations
                                                             11.1.5, 11.1.7,    and Acronyms,
                                                             & 17.              Terms; IC
                                                                                and Acronyms,
AFI 33-202         26 Sep     Network and Computer           Paras. 2.17,       Attachment 1,
                   03         Security                       2.17.1,            Abbreviations
                                                    thru      and Acronyms,
                                                    and       Terms

                                                    , 3.1,
                                                              3.3, 3.8, 4.1,
                                                              4.2, 4.2.1,
                                                    ,.1, 4.3,
                                                              4.6, 4.6.1, 4.8,
                                                              4.8.1 thru
                                                              4.8.4, 4.9,
                                                              5.2.2, 6.1,
                                                              6.1.1, 6.2.6,
AFI 33-204           01 Apr    Information Assurance (IA)      Sec. A, Paras.    Attachment 1,
                    04         Awareness Program              2, 3, 3.1 thru     Glossary
                                                              3.8; Sec. B,
                                                              Paras. 16,
                                                              18.5, 18.6,

6.2. Summary Of Expectations: The service provider shall perform all duties and
tasks associated with the management of communications and computer systems
within the Common Area. The service provider’s personnel shall be fully trained,
professional, and customer service oriented. The service provider shall ensure quality
work performance in accordance with applicable standards and guidelines.
Additionally, the service provider is a partner with the Plant community in continuously
improving the quality of programs and services offered to customers.

6.3. Plans.

6.3.1. Assist in common area communications and information technology (C&IT)
planning coordination, and implementation as required by ASC Det 1.

6.3.2. Assist ASC Det 1 in identifying C&IT systems requirements when requested.

6.3.3. Partner with ASC Det 1 and Air Force Flight Test Center/Information Technology
(AFFTC/IT) and their successors to coordinate all C&IT system requirements that
impact the ASC Det 1 and Common Area telecommunications and computer network

6.3.4. Include information protection in all C&IT planning.

6.3.5. Proactively identify future C&IT requirements. Develop plans and schedules for
improving C&IT capacity to meet ASC Det 1 and downward directed objectives.

6.3.6. Analyze and incorporate user and downward directed C&IT requirements to
develop a tailored AFP42 C&IT infrastructure that complies with overall Air Force and
Department of Defense Information Infrastructure Common Operating Environment

6.3.7. Provide periodic status reports for current projects to summarize budget and
milestone accomplishments. (CDRL A001)

6.3.8. Provide or procure hardware/software maintenance as required for
purchased/leased network infrastructure components (e.g., switches, routers), core
server hardware, and enterprise management software (i.e., Microsoft 2000
Professional, Microsoft XP Professional, Microsoft 2003 Server, and subsequent

6.4 Telecommunications Management.

6.4.1. Install/upgrade, operate, and maintain telecommunications infrastructure for the
Common Area at AFP 42.

6.4.2 Procure and provide telephone service for official use only and for unofficial users
in an emergency.

6.4.3. Provide, coordinate, provide technical review, install, and upgrade common area
telecommunications services, devices, and infrastructure to ASC Det 1 and service
provider telecommunications assets to ensure services meet mission requirements.

6.4.4. Maintain cognizance of construction activities in the common area in order to
protect government owned or leased system cables from service interruptions.

6.4.5. Coordinate with the contractor engineering department, government, and other
users in developing pre-wiring, cable, and service requirements for construction

6.4.6. Review and revalidate all long-haul telecommunications services biennially to
ensure essentiality of services and equipment.

6.4.7. Acquire and maintain all telecommunications services for the Common Area at
AFP 42 as economically as operational requirements allow.

6.4.8. Maintain all common area telephones, cellular telephones, and facsimile
machines for official government business. Selection of any new equipment must be
approved by the Administrative Contracting Office (ACO) prior to procurement.

                                            3 Ensure a desk telephone for local, long distance, and message retrieval
service is maintained and operational for each member of the ASC Det 1 staff, and
other such desk or wall telephones as may be required. Ensure cellular phones and associated services are provided to those
designated government individuals.

6.4.9. On-call support to Air Force emergency responses, which may be required 24-
hours a day, 365-days a year. Examples are contingency exercises, natural disasters,
and aircraft crashes. Depending on the nature and severity of the emergency, required
services may be required to provide emergency repair of Land Mobile Radio (LMR)
systems and equipment, and enhanced telephone support.

6.4.10. Provide customer service to resolve user problems and concerns.
6.5. Land Mobile Radio (LMR)/Frequency Management.

6.5.1 Provide LMR radio frequency management and radio technical services during
normal business hours and on-call response after hours for emergencies.

6.5.2. Manage and maintain all Government-owned and Government Furnished
Property (GFP) LMR assets in a fully operationally ready state.

6.5.3. Coordinate with on-site contractor/government tenants, Edwards AFB, and local
LMR users to assure required interoperability is achieved and maintained, as well as
non-interference with other LMR, VHF, UHF, etc., frequencies.

6.5.4. Maintain current radio frequency authorizations.

6.5.5. Process frequency action proposals.

6.5.6. Maintain all LMR system components for official government business.

6.5.7. Provide initial and recurring training to educate LMR users to a level
commensurate with their duties and responsibilities.

6.5.8. Provide customer service to resolve user problems and concerns.

6.6. Network Management.

6.6.1 Manage the local AFP 42 Common Area infrastructure that provides customers
the C&IT resources needed to achieve their operational objectives.

6.6.2. Configure and maintain network operating systems (NOSs) to meet user needs,
reliability requirements, and security practices [e.g., assign user profiles; create, delete,
and process user account applications/deletions through AFFTC/IT, set access control
lists (ACLs), and maintain security posture].

6.6.3. Operate, configure, and maintain all centrally managed LAN servers (e.g.,
authentication, file, web, database, e-mail, management, and print servers) and ensure
their interoperability with the EAFB WAN.

6.6.4. Provide Internet Protocol (IP) address management using both static and
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).

6.6.5. Process and acquire static IP address(es) and AFFTC/IT EAFB network firewall
“penetrations” as required to achieve operational objectives.

6.6.6. Maintain shared drive permission and directory structure for organizations.

6.6.7. Perform routine systems maintenance, such as daily tape or other media backing
up of file servers, archiving files, and adding software updates.

6.6.8. Provide system administration support required for the operations of Common
Operating Environment (COE) software, specialized software applications, AF standard
systems, and/or downward directed systems as may become operationally deployed.

6.6.9. Provide network management (NM) operations for the ASC Det 1 Local Area
Network (LAN).

6.6.10. Provide configuration management services to control all communications
service access points to AFP 42 at and from the communications demarcation point
located in Bldg 510, hereinafter known as the “Ice House.”

6.6.11. Provide network security management: Assist AFFTC/IT or other Government agencies as may be required in
developing and/or implementing network security policy to effectively manage the AFP
42 sub-network. Assist AFFTC/IT or other Government agencies as may be required in
identifying or auditing systems event and error logs to identify weak configurations and
security holes. As may be required by AFFTC/IT or other Government agencies, install and
operate government provided audit tools to test and validate network security. As may be required by AFFTC/IT or other Government agencies, manually
install and implement required software upgrades and security patches; ensure currency
of installation and operability in all Government and Government-connected computer
and network systems of Systems Management Server (SMS) software or the like and
antiviral software to effect automatic installation and upgrade of required software,
security patches, and antiviral definitions and signatures.

6.6.12. Develop and maintain detailed network diagrams including and identifying all
network infrastructure items.

6.6.13. Develop and implement a comprehensive backup plan to ensure the integrity of
centrally managed servers and data. Data retention for all ASC Det 1 Servers for a minimum period of 30 days . On-site, secure storage for full backup tapes or other media.

6.6.14. Provide systems administration services during normal business hours.

6.6.15. Provide desktop, workstation, and laptop computer troubleshooting and repair
technical services.

6.7. Computer Systems and Software Management.

6.7.1. Maintain an accurate record of all Government-owned and GFP computer
software, licenses, and corresponding documentation. Conduct an annual inventory of
all Government-owned and GFP computer software, licenses, and corresponding

6.7.2. Provide customer service to resolve user problems and concerns.

6.7.3. Processing incoming/outgoing IT systems: Incoming Leased/Purchased Systems: Ensure systems are fully functional
upon arrival. Notify the ASC Det 1 if a system is found to be defective. Reconfigure
system, if required, to comply with ASC Det 1’s standard or downward directed Common
Operating Environment (COE). Redistribute, after coordination with ASC Det 1 Information Management,
replaced IT systems as needed to restructure the AFP 42 Network to meet optimal
mission capabilities. Outgoing Leased/Purchased Systems: Ensure remanence operations are
performed to ensure systems are free of sensitive data. Inspect and remove any leased
components not originating with a Government-owned or GFP system. Ensure all
originally leased components are accounted for. Report missing components to the

6.8. Information Assurance (IA).

6.8.1. Provide, conduct, and ensure all Information Assurance Program and Computer
Security services are met, to include but not limited to the following: Perform functions

as the Alternate Information Systems Security Officer, attend all required Information
Assurance meetings, Information Assurance training.

6.8.2. Ensure that the service provider’s employees who have access to Government-
connected computer systems receive and successfully complete Information Assurance
(IA) training on at least an annual basis or as new user accounts are requested and
processed. Certificates of successful completion of IA training for the service provider’s
employees shall be maintained by the service provider and made available to the
Government upon request.

6.9. Customer Support.

6.9.1. Maintain a system to resolve customer IT problems and/or concerns, to include
but not limited to: troubleshoot and/or repair personal computers (PCs),
printers/scanners/miscellaneous IT equipment, software deficiencies, telephones,
cellular phones, facsimile machines and land mobile radios (LMRs)

6.9.2. Provide troubleshooting and/or repair of all telecommunications and IT systems.

6.10. IT/IM Service Delivery Summary.

      Performance Objective               PWS Paragraph   Performance Thresholds
Manage and maintain                                       Unacceptable – 2 or more
telecommunications, network, and                          discrepancies per quarter consisting
information technology infrastructure.                    of:
                                                          • Valid customer complaints.
                                                          • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Maintain all Land Mobile Radio                            Respond to system problems within
(LMR) system components and                               10 minutes or less during normal
frequencies for official government                       duty hours; and 1 hour or less
business in a fully operational state.                    during other than normal duty hours,
                                                          and effectively mitigate or resolve
                                                          the issue. Not more than 2
                                                          customer complaints per quarter.
Operate, configure, and maintain all                      Respond to system problems within
centrally managed LAN servers (e.g.,                      10 minutes or less during normal
authentication, file, web, database, e-                   duty hours; and 1 hour or less
mail, management, and print servers),                     during other than normal duty hours,
desktop, and laptop computers to                          and effectively mitigate or resolve
ensure full functionality and                             the issue. Not more than 2
appropriate interoperability with the                     customer complaints per quarter.
Perform routine systems                                   Successfully complete system
maintenance, such as daily tape or                        backup 100% of the time.
other media backing up of file
servers, archiving files, and adding
software updates.
Provide network security                                  100% of the time.
Install and implement required                            TCNO software patches and anti-
software upgrades and security
U        U                                                virus software/definitions requiring
patches; ensure currency of                               manual installation must be installed
installation and operability in all                       100% of the time within time periods
Government and Government-                                dictated by Technical Orders
connected computer and network                            (TCNOs).
systems of Systems Management
Server (SMS) software or the like and
antiviral software to effect automatic
installation and upgrade of required
software, security patches, and
antiviral definitions and signatures.

                                    SECTION 7
                           PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT

  7.0. Maintenance Description Of Services: Maintenance services shall be provided
  for all AFP 42 common area airfield pavements, airfield lighting, roadways and
  shoulders, buildings, structures, fencing and all installed mechanical, utility, drainage,
  and alarm systems Maintenance services shall also include janitorial, refuse collection
  and disposal, and vehicle maintenance. All airfield pavements, roads, structures,
  buildings, facilities, utilities and other infrastructure shall be kept in good working order;
  free of obstructions, damage and deterioration.

  7.1. Compliance Documents.

 PUBLICATION           DATE                TITLE                MANDATORY               ADVISORY
                                                                PARAGRAPHS             PARAGRAPHS
                        24 Jun Managing Industrial
AFI 63-701                  94 Facilities                  5.4 , 5.4.3, 8.1
UFC 3-260-01                   Airfield maintenance              All sections
                               and design                       pertaining to
                                                               Operations &
AFCESA ETL 97-2                   Maintenance And Repair              M
                                  Of Rigid Airfield
                                  Pavement Surfaces,
                                  Joints, And Cracks
MIL-STD-1518B                     Storage, Handling,                  M
                                  Servicing Of Aviation
                                  Fuels, Lubricating Oils,
                                  And Hydraulic Fluids At
                                  Contractor Facilities
DoD M 4140-25M                    Procedures For The                  M
                                  Management Of
                                  Petroleum Products
FAA AC 150/5210-                  Painting, Marking, And                                      A
5B                                Lighting Of Vehicles
                                  Used On An Airport
AFCESA ETL 97-                    Guide Specification For             M
18                                Airfield And Roadway
AFCESA ETL 97-                    Guide Specification -               M
17                                Paint And Rubber
                                  Removal From
                                  Roadway And Airfield

FAA AC 150/5230-                Aircraft Fuel Storage,                                    A
4A                              Handling, And
                                Dispensing On Airports

  7.2. Normal Maintenance Plan: The Contractor Shall Prepare And Submit A
  Maintenance Plan In accordance with CDRL A007.

  7.3. Airfield Surfaces:

  7.3.1. Maintain and repair the airfield signs, lighting and pavement areas, and erect
  temporary barriers and other protective devices as required.

  7.3.2. Submit all requests for runway and taxiway closures to ASC Det 1 Airfield
  Management a minimum of 3 working days in advance of requested closure date.
  Notify the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) control tower and Airfield Management
  after repairs are completed or if scheduled repairs are not accomplished as scheduled.

  7.3.3. Prevent weed growth on all airfield pavements.

  7.4. Roads, Walkways And Parking Areas:

  7.4.1. Maintain all roads, parking areas, walkways, curbs, gutters, shoulders, catch
  basins, and adjacent drainage ways free of obstructions, damage and deterioration.

  7.4.2. Maintain the integrity of pavement markings, roadway traffic control signs,
  signals, guardrails and markings in accordance with industry standards.

  7.5. Grounds: Unimproved grounds shall be kept free of weeds and debris only as
  required to meet airfield, fire, security, health and safety requirements; otherwise weed
  growth shall be allowed to control soil erosion. Semi-improved grounds shall be mowed
  as required to maintain 7-14 inch height. Improved grounds and landscaping shall be
  maintained as needed for a well-groomed appearance.

  7.6. Storm Drainage System: Maintain The Grade And Contours Shown In The as-
  built drawings to ensure that the system is free of obstructions, damage and

  7.7. Buildings And Structures:

  7.7.1. Maintain, preserve and repair buildings and structures on the common area in
  accordance with industry standards, state requirements, and the manufacturer’s

  7.7.2. Maintain common area fences and gates in accordance with industry and anti
  terrorism practices and standards. Provide emergency repair to damaged fences and
  gates within two hours.

7.7.3. Ensure weeds and debris are removed from within five feet on both sides of all
perimeter fences and only the common area side of tenant Contractor fences.

7.7.4. Maintain mechanical, utility, drainage, and alarm systems in accordance with
industry standards, manufacturer’s recommendations and UFC 3-600-02 Inspection
testing and maintenance .

7.8. Well houses, Water Reservoirs, Pump Stations, Pumps, Water Lines, Valves
And Equipment (Includes Fire Protection): Operate, inspect, and maintain in
accordance with industry standards and the equipment manufacturer’s

7.9. Custodial Services And Refuse Disposal: Provide custodial services and refuse
disposal in accordance with best commercial practices.

7.10. Rodent And Pest Control:

7.10.1. Control rodents, insects, termites and related arthropods, wood destroying
fungi, and predatory animals inside and outside all assigned buildings.

7.10.2. Monitor and control animal and bird populations IAW Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard
(BASH) program.
7.11. Utility Systems: Operate and maintain utility systems without interruption.; All
utility system maintenance and repair shall be planned and scheduled to ensure
minimal interruption.

7.12. Visual Air Navigations Systems: Maintain using applicable industry standards.

7.13. Petroleum, Oils & Lubricants (POL), Aircraft Fuels Storage, Operations And
Maintenance: Order, account for, store, and maintain aircraft fuel in accordance with
Department of Defense procedures. Perform maintenance on the fuel system in
accordance with industry standards. Prepare and submit monthly fuels reports and
quarterly fuel estimates. Forward monthly fuels report via the website address:
https://www.feshub.desc.dla.mil. Accomplish weekly fuels testing and deliver fuel
samples as required by MIL-STD 1518BH to Fuel Lab, Edwards AFB for analysis.

7.14. Fueling/Defueling Services: Provide refueling/defueling services to transient
government aircraft, program support aircraft, and fuel trucks. Perform fueling/defueling
of tenant fuels vehicles as requested. Verify that all aircraft fuel delivered and
dispensed is compatible to the aircraft serviced and is free from contamination.

7.15. Vehicle Maintenance And Repair:

7.15.1. Manage, operate, and maintain all equipment and vehicles under this contract.
Develop a vehicle maintenance plan, using manufacturer’s suggested repair and
service manuals as a guide, and incorporate this information into the Maintenance Plan.

7.15.2. Major vehicle rebuild/overhaul shall be considered on a case-by-case basis and
shall include, but is not limited to, major engine rebuild, or overhaul, transmission
rebuilds or other major repairs which require specialized equipment which has not been
provided to the Contractor. Subject work shall be pre-approved by the Administrative
Contracting Officer and be accomplished as a work request.

7.15.3. Maintain a 95% Vehicle In Commission (VIC) Rate per month for all ARFF, Fire
department, and the aircraft refueling fleet and a 90% VIC rate for all other separate
vehicle fleets. VIC is derived from the daily total of hours that each vehicle in the fleet is
in service. On the first day of each month, total all of the daily sums of all of the
vehicles in the fleet, and divide by the total monthly fleet hours (total monthly fleet hours
= 24 hours per day X number of days in the month X number of vehicles in the fleet).
The result is the fleet VIC rate as a percentage.

7.15.4. Manage each of the following fleets in the manner as described above.

              a.   Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Fleet
              b.   Fire Department Fleet
              c.   Security Fleet
              d.   Sweeper Fleet
              e.   Special Purpose Equipment Fleet
              f.   General Purpose Fleet
              g.   Aircraft Refueling Fleet

7.15.5. Mark vehicles, except security, in accordance with industry standards. Security
vehicles will be equipped with a blue emergency light bar installed on the top of the
vehicle with vehicle door markings identifying as Air Force Plant 42 Law Enforcement.
Emergency siren shall also be installed in the vehicle. Security vehicles will be sturdy
enough and capable of traversing all Air Force Plant 42 terrain during normal and
adverse conditions. Security vehicle colors with either be black or white, or a
combination of those colors (i.e., not two-tone black and white). All markings must be
approved by ASC Det1. Repainting of any vehicles will be considered on a case-by-
case basis.

7.15.6 Cleanliness of Vehicles: Perform all work required to ensure all vehicles
(Government owned and contractor owned/leased) present a clean and professional
appearance. Vehicles shall be cleaned and washed (exterior, interior, and engine,
storage, access compartments) on a periodic basis, as required, or directed by the
Government. The objective of this process is to prevent premature corrosion, maximize
the useful life of the vehicle, and facilitate in proper maintenance. Special emphasis
shall be placed on fire and security vehicles. Contractor shall develop a program that
addresses accomplishment of this activity in an effective and efficient manner
minimizing the impacts to the scheduled operational activities.

7.16. Fire Fighting Training Facility:

7.16.1. Manage, operate, and maintain the Fire Fighting Training Facility (FFTF) in
accordance with the Maintenance Plan, Manufacture recommendations and industry
standards. As a minimum, this includes system leak checks, cleaning of flow strainers,
proper quantity and setting of rocks, computer control system, burner control assembly,
pumps, etc. In addition to operating/maintaining the FFTF, ensure the facility is
returned to an operationally ready state at the conclusion of each agency's use. Only
qualified personnel shall be permitted to operate and maintain the FFTF. Qualification
is obtained through an approved training course such as through the
manufacturer/installer or by an instructor trained by the manufacturer/installer.

7.16.2. The Government may elect to allow other agencies to use the FFTF for training
purposes on a cost reimbursement basis when approved by the ACO. The ACO shall
give written permission to the local agency prior to their use of the FFTF. The
ACO shall receive a (proposal) cost estimate from the contractor prior to each
use by the local or state agency. The local or state agency shall provide funding
to the ACO prior to the start of the effort. The ACO shall take the necessary
actions to put the funded effort on contract prior to the start of performance. The
contractor shall schedule the use of the FFTF after the ACO approves and puts
the funding on contract. The ACO shall notify the contractor once this has been
accomplished. In addition to operating the FFTF, the Contractor shall ensure that the
facility is in an operational readiness state at the conclusion of each agency’s use. The
costs to operate the FFTF (fuel, labor, equipment, utilities, required sampling and
permits, administration, AFP 42 Fire Department support, operational maintenance,
depreciation, etc.) shall be captured by the Contractor and a record of those costs
provided to the Contracting Officer.

7.17. Fire and Security Protection Systems. Maintain, repair and replace automatic
suppression, fire detection and security alarm systems. Service personnel shall be
qualified and experienced in the inspection, testing, and maintenance of these systems
in accordance with NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code, AFPD 32-20 UFC 3-600-01,
and AFI 32-1066 for training and certification. Alarm tests shall be monitored and
recorded per UFC 3-600-01 and AFI 32-1001.

7.18. Maintenance Service Delivery Summary.

       Performance Objective              PWS Paragraph   Performance Thresholds
Inspect, maintain and repair airfield                     Unacceptable – 3 or more
signs and pavements.                                      discrepancies per quarter consisting
                                                          • Valid customer complaints.
                                                          • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Maintain Airfield lighting and                            Unacceptable – 3 or more
electrical Systems                                        discrepancies per quarter consisting
                                                          • Valid customer complaints.
                                                          • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”
Maintain Fire Water Distribution                          Unacceptable – 3 or more
System.                                                   discrepancies per quarter consisting
                                                          • Valid customer complaints.
                                                          • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Maintain utility systems                                  Unacceptable – 3 or more
                                                          discrepancies per quarter month
                                                                                    S      S

                                                          consisting of:
                                                          • Valid customer complaints.
                                                          • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Provide refueling/defueling services                      Unacceptable – 3 or more
to transient government aircraft,                         discrepancies per quarter consisting
program support aircraft, and fuel                        of:
trucks as requested.                                      • Valid customer complaints.
                                                          • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Verify that all aircraft fuel delivered                   Acceptable - zero failures per
and dispensed is compatible to the                        quarter
aircraft serviced and is free from
Forward monthly fuels report via the                      Unacceptable – 2 or more
website address:                                          discrepancies per quarter
HTU                                UTH                    consisting of:
                                                          • Valid customer complaints.
                                                          • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Maintain a 95% Vehicle In                                 Acceptable - 95% or greater VIC

Commission (VIC) Rate per month               rate per Month.
for ARFF, fire department, and
aircraft refueling vehicle fleet.

Manage, operate, and maintain the             Unacceptable – 3 or more
Fire Fighting Training Facility (FFTF).       discrepancies per quarter consisting
Ensure the facility is returned to an         of:
operationally ready state at the              • Valid customer complaints.
conclusion of each use.                       • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Maintain the Fire Alarm System                100% of the time
Maintain the Security Alarm System.           100% of the time
Maintain the CCTV system                      Unacceptable – 3 or more
                                              discrepancies per quarter
                                              • Valid customer complaints.
                                              • Unsatisfactory “As Observed”

Maintain Clean Vehicle Fleet(s)               Customer Satisfaction of
                                              90%/month based on customer
                                              generated feedback evaluation per

                                SECTION 8
                       PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT
                             SAFETY SERVICES

  8.0 Safety Description of Service: Provide industrial safety services/program
  for the common use areas for all safety related services in support of the Air
  Force Safety Program, and processes.

  8.1 Safety Compliance Documents.

  PUBLICATION          DATE               TITLE                MANDATORY               ADVISORY
                                                               PARAGRAPHS             PARAGRAPHS
AFI 32-7086                      Hazardous Materials                 M

AFCESA ETL 98-2                  Clean Air Act                       M
                                 Requirements For
                                 Electric Generators And
                                 Power Plants

AFM 91-201                       Explosive Safety                    M
AFI 91-202                       Air Force Mishap                    M
                                 Prevention Program

PFTI 91-202                      Production Flight Test
                                 Installation Instruction
                                 for Air Force Mishap
                                 Prevention Program
AFI 91-204                       Investigating And                   M
                                 Reporting Us Air Force
AFI 91-301                       Air Force Occupational              M
                                 And Environmental
                                 Safety, Fire Prevention
                                 And Health (AFOSH)

  8.2 Industrial Safety Operations: Provide training in all area to include
  fundamentals of safety education, mishap prevention, human factors
  engineering, industrial hygiene principles, environmental/industrial safety criteria,
  aircraft refueling, confined space requirements, hazardous material handling and
  storage, blueprint interpretation, mishap investigation techniques, vehicle

maintenance, airport operations, heavy equipment operations, applicable
workmanship standards, and data automation to meet safety requirements.

8.3. Safety Programs and Plans:

8.3.1. Develop a Safety Plan and implement an Occupational Safety and Health
Program, a Hazard Abatement and Inspection Program, and an Accident
Prevention Program. These plans or programs shall be made available upon
request to the government in accordance with(CDRL A020).

8.3.2. Prepare and implement a safety inspection schedule for the common area
which includes periodic inspection of work places, equipment, safety programs
and employee training. Report results of inspections to the Government no later
than 10 days after completion (CDRL A021). Report deficiencies that cannot be corrected within 30 days of discovery
into the Hazard Abatement Program. Document safety deficiencies and establish procedures to route
abatement and documentation of verification of corrective action to the
responsible building manager. Maintain a logbook of inspection records for each
facility in the common area. Investigate accidents and prepare reports as specified by federal, state,
local, and Air Force directives. Prepare monthly mishap summary reports of all
incidents involving property damage and/or personnel injury. The mishap
summary report shall include mishap synopsis, mishap type, damage cost, injury
type, action taken to prevent reoccurrence, Office of Primary Responsibility
(OPR) and status of corrective action. (CDRL A022) Provide technical assistance by reviewing facility designs, projects, work
orders, and other work source documents ensuring compliance with National Fire
Protection Association (NFPA) and other appropriate safety standards.

8.4. Reports, Regulations, Reviews, and Briefings

8.4.1. Notify the Air Force of OSHA and California OSHA visits and provide
reports as outlined in AFI 91-202 and AFI 91-204 to the government for
acceptance. (CDRL A019)

8.4.2. Review and maintain Production Flight Test Installation (PFTI 91-202)
regulations necessary to implement safety and explosive programs.

8.4.3. Develop, submit, and implement a PFTI regulatory safety and explosive
publication in accordance with Air Force directives. The publication shall be
written to convey local requirements not specifically identified in other Air Force

standards and shall be numbered in accordance with Government direction. The
PFTI instruction shall be forwarded to the Government for review and updated at
least annually or as changes occur. This publication shall be reviewed and
approved by ASC Det 1.

8.4.4. Provide technical assistance and general support for all agency
representatives during investigations of fire and safety incidents, loss of life or
injury incidents.

8.4.5. Conduct safety briefings as part of project pre-construction and
construction activities.

8.4.6. Conduct periodic safety reviews of project construction sites in the
common area.

8.4.7. Support the higher Headquarters’ annual facilities review, which includes
industrial safety.

8.5. Service Delivery Summary.

Performance Objectives                 PWS Paragraph         Performance
Comply with all Safety Inspections              8.3          100 %
Mishaps Summary Reports                     100%

                                  SECTION 9
                       PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT

 9.0. Security Description of Services:
 Provide armed security and law enforcement operations to include but are not limited to;
 management of security force, communications dispatch center, physical security
 protection, installation entry control and patrols, searches and inspections, pass and
 registration, reports and analysis, force protection condition measures, contingency
 response measures, maintain armory, training for personnel, and evaluations of

 9.1. Security Compliance Documents

PUBLICATION      DATE            TITLE             MANDATORY PARAGRAPHS                 PARAGRAPHS

                           Air Force
                 21-Jun-   Antiterrorism
 AFI 10-245        02      (AT) Standards        all of Attachment 3
                                       , 9.6.2,, 9.9 thru
                                                 9.9.2, 10.4 thru 10.5.8, 14.1 thru
                                                 14.2.3, Tables 9.2, 10.1,
                24-Dec-    Full Spectrum         Attachment 2 para A2.20 thru
AFI 10-2501       02       Threat Response       A2.20.11, A3.4 thru A3.5.5.5
                                                 Page 23 - Figure 7, pg 30 - Figure
                                                 10, pg 35 - Figure12, Implement
                                                 the Planned Response pgs 41-53,
                                                 Recognizing a Biological Incident
                                                 Has Occurred pgs 67-71,
                                                 Operational Tasker 1 - tasks 1-6,
                                                 Operational Tasker 2 - tasks 1,4-7,
                                                 Operational Tasker 3 - tasks 1-6,
                                                 Operational Tasker 5 - tasks 1, 3-5,
                                                 Operational Tasker 6 - tasks 1-5,
                                                 Operational Tasker 7 - tasks 1-8,
                                                 Operational Tasker 8 - tasks 1-5,
                                                 Operational Tasker 9 - tasks 1-3,
                           USAF Weapons          pgs 101-107 - Checklists 3-6, pg
                           of Mass               116 Checklist 10, pg 135 Cordon
                           Destruction           Distances, pg 135 Fire Symbols &
                           Threat Planning       Distances, pgs 148-157 Chemical
                 30-Oct-   and Response          Matrix, pgs 158-161 Biological
AFI 10-2502        01      Handbook              Matrix

                                          2.4.3 thru 2.7.2, 2.8.2 thru
                                , 3.3, 3.4, 3.6 thru 3.8, 4.3
                                          thru, 4.6, 4.8 thru 4.10,
                                          4.12, 4.16, Chapter 5, Chapter 7,
                                          Chapter 8, para 9.16 thru,
                                          10.2.3 thru 10.4.10, 10.4.13 thru
                                , 10.4.16, 10.5.2 thru
                                          10.5.4, 10.7, 10.8, 11.1 thru
                                , 11.2.5 thru 11.4, 11.8,
                                          11.11 thru, 11.12 thru
                                          11.16, Chapter 14, Chapter 15,
                                          Chapter 18, para 19.4, Chapter 20,
                                          21.2.3 thru, Chapter 22,
                                          Chapter 23, Chapter 24, 26.4 thru
                                          26.5.4, 26.6.2, 26.6.3, 26.6.9,
                        The Air Force     26.6.13, 26.6.14, 26.6.16, Attch.1,
              1-Mar-    Installation      Attch. 5, Attch. 6, Attch 8, Attch 9,
 AFI 31-101     03      Security Program Attch 10,
                                          Paragraphs: 2.1 thru 2.4, 2.7, 3.1
                                          thru 3.1.8, 3.2 thru 3.2.3, 4.5 thru
                                          4.7.8, 4.10, 5.1 thru 5.4, 8.1 thru
                                          8.2.4, 8.4 thru 8.4.2, 8.10 thru
                        Security Force    8.11.5, 10.2 thru 10.4, 10.4.6, 12.1
              4-Dec-    Standards and     thru 12.2.1, 12.4.3 thru,
 AFI 31-201     01      Procedures        14.4, 14.5, 14.9, A3.1 thru A3.3
                                          1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.4.1, 2.1, 2.3 thru
                                , 2.8 thru, 2.13.3
AFM 31-201    20-Mar-   High-Risk         thru, 2.15.2 thru,
 Volume 4       02      Response          3.1 thru
                                          3.1 thru 3.1.5, 3.5 thru 3.8.5, 5.1
AFMAN 31-     17-May-                     thru, 6.1 thru,
  201V6          02     Civil Disturbance 6.4.4 thru 6.4.5
                                          1.2, 1.4.1, 2.2.2 thru 2.3.9, 2.6 thru
                                          2.6.8, 2.7, 2.8, 2.8.1, 2.9, 2.10.1(or
                                          CA equivalent), 2.12 ?, 2.12.3,
                        Arming and Use    2.12.4, 2.12.6, 2.13 thru,
              1-Sep-    of Force By Air   Attachment 6 thru Lessons
 AFI 31-207     99      Force Personnel Learned item 9
              1-Aug-    Security Program
 AFI 31-501     00      Management        2.4.3, Table A3.2 Rule 7
                                          1.2.5. 1.2.6, 1.3, 1.9, 2.1,,
                        Emergency         2.6, 2.8, 2.14, 3.1, 3.2, 3.5,
              1-Dec-    Response          Attachment 2 Checklist 3, 8, 22,
AFM 32-4004     95      Operations        Checklist 21 para 1,2, 7
 AFI 36-801             Uniform Guide     ALL APPLIES AS REFERENCE

                 31-Mar-    Procedures and     Paragraphs: 2.13, 2.13.1,,
 AFI 37-138        94       Responsibilities,
                            Security Program
DoD 5200.1-R                Regulation
                            Request for
AF Form 2583                Security Action
                            Business and
                            Code of the State
                            of California
                            State of
                            California Vehicle

 9.2. Security and Law Enforcement Operations: Provide dedicated Security
 Response Teams (SRTs) whose sole purposed is to protect the PL2 and PL3 assets
 using Plant 42. SRTs will provide immediate (three minutes) response to PL2 and PL3
 assets for Internal SRTs and five minutes for External SRTs, as well as establish ECP
 and boundary watch posts and cordon a facility or hazardous area with 360 degree
 coverage. (PWS Addition #1) Law enforcement duties will include crime prevention,
 traffic control, resource protection, and limited criminal investigation. Perform Reveille
 and Retreat ceremonies to include properly folding the flag. Contract Security Forces
 shall not cross the runways unless responding to an emergency, training, or routine
 patrol. Report all incidents to Det 1 in accordance with the Emergency Notification
 Roster. Personnel are authorized to carry firearms in accordance with local and state
 regulations. The Government shall be notified immediately if positions associated with
 Installation Entry Controllers, Dispatch Center, and Patrols are unmanned.

 9.2.1 Violators:
 Civilians stopped for violations of local, state, federal laws and AFP 42 policies and
 regulations shall be relinquished to either Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
 (LASD) or California Highway Patrol (CHP). Military personnel identification shall be
 documented along with the discrepancy and reported to Det 1 Security Forces, unless
 the offense is outside the scope of violating AF Plant 42 policy. If military personnel
 violate state laws, then the same applies as civilians.

 9.2.2 Pre-construction Meetings:
 Attend pre-construction meeting and provide security briefing to contractors. The
 briefing will include but is not limited to; airfield movement, radio terminology,
 establishment of free zones, and prohibited activities while performing work on Air Force
 Plant 42. Review all project designs and submit any security recommendations with
 respect to suitability for use and compliance with security directives and instructions.

9.2.3 Dispatch Center: Maintain a 24/7 security forces dispatch center. Ensure
documentation is initiated and maintained associated with incidents and accidents on
Air Force Plant 42 related to property and personnel, 24/7 Prepare and submit reports
per CDRL A024. A contractor liaison with knowledge of daily operations must be
available to communicate with the government to mitigate security force issues, if

9.3. Physical Security Protection: Implement a physical security program that deters
theft, destruction, and unauthorized access to APF 42 operations, people, and
personnel. These services as a minimum shall be tailored to provide maximum
detection of unauthorized activities, Controlled Area access controls, and engaging a
hostile force. The area of responsibility also includes any and all overrun areas
associated with AFP 42 and marked on the technical reference maps.

9.4. Installation Entry Control and Patrols: Control positive entry onto the
installation, 24/7 by checking required credentials. Conduct routine patrols throughout
the installation 24/7, to include the installation perimeter and the aircraft movement area
perimeter. Provide 3 mobile patrols, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond within 5
minutes to any incident at any Plant 42 location. (PWS Addition #2) Respond or
proceed to incidents and accidents as necessary. Conduct building checks as required.
Conduct at least monthly patrols of all external fence lines including those fence lines
around the Accident Protection Zones (APZ’s)

9.5. Search and Inspection: Conduct searches and routine vehicle inspections of
persons, property, or premises in accordance with local policies and directives
established by ASC Det 1. A search is an examination of a person, property, or
premise to uncover evidence of a crime or criminal intent. Obtain the Detachment 1
Commander’s approval prior to conducting a search. A search may be conducted
based on consent. Conduct Random Anti-terrorism Measures (RAMs) IAW AFI 10-245
to include routine vehicle inspections. An Inspection is quick look of a person or vehicle
for unauthorized items that are not allowed on AF Plant 42 (i.e. weapons, open
containers of alcohol, etc.) The contractor will define where and when the inspections
will be conducted. The inspections will be conducted daily and submitted to Det 1
commander monthly for review and coordination.

9.6. Pass and Registration and Reports and Analysis: Issue required identification
media/vehicle decals and maintain a current and accurate data base. File and maintain
all records to include reports such as; Physical Security Check Records, Blotters,
Incident Reports, Alarm Test Records, Visitor Logs, Traffic Accident Reports, and
Random Antiterrorism Measures – RAMs. Maintenance of these records may be in
other than paper form. Procedures shall be in-place to document, maintain, and
conduct a quarterly self-inspection. Access to all records shall be made available to
Government personnel upon request.

9.7. Force Protection Condition System: A Department of Defense (DoD) approved
system standardizing the DoD and Military Services identification of and recommended
preventive actions and responses to terrorist threats against US personnel and facilities
There are four Force Protection Conditions above Normal; Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, and
Delta. Specific measures in each condition are listed in attachment 3 of AFI 10-245.
The contractor will implement higher levels of Force Protection Conditions upon the
notification from the AF Plant 42 Commander or the Installation Security Director. In
FPCON DELTA, provide a foot patrol officer at buildings 510 and 583, and an officer to
establish a Tower Observation Post at building 555. (PWS Addition #3)

9.8. Contingency Response: Prepare, update, and maintain the Installation Security
Plan in accordance with security policies, directives, and applicable instructions. The
Plan must include items listed in AFI 31-101, paragraphs 4.12 through 4.12.17.
Response to incidents has to be in accordance with Government approved Quick
Reaction Checklist, the Installation Security Plan, and any AF Plant directive that is
security in nature. The Installation Security Plan will address possible scenarios from
natural disaster, power or utility outage, to an overt attack on Air Force plant 42 and
also preventive measures, deterrent actions, and detection methods (CDRLs A001 and

9.9. Armory:

9.9.1 Weapons and Ammunition Storage: Use existing Government armory to
store/issue weapons and ammunition. Procedures for armory activity shall be in-place
for issuance, storage, turn-in, and who is authorized to conduct the procedures.
Weapons shall be stored in the armory when not in use performing official duties as a
Plant 42 Armed Security Officer or enroute to proficiency training provided by the
government. After proficiency training provided by the government, weapons must be
returned immediately to the armory at AF Plant 42 and secured. Additionally, security
officers must maintain their California state weapons qualification.

9.9.2 Weapons and Ammunition Inventory: Inventory weapons and ammunition
monthly and maintain documentation of the inventory. Also, all weapons and
ammunition will be accounted for on daily shift change on issue and turn-in and
documentation maintained. Report missing ammunition and/or weapon(s) to the
government immediately upon discovery. Initiate corrective action to recover the
ammunition and/or weapon(s). Procedures shall be in-place to document, maintain,
and conduct a quarterly self-inspection.

9.10. Training For Assigned Personnel: Prepare, establish, and maintain a Training
Plan for all personnel performing security duties. Training shall include reviewing the
Security Guard Force Procedures Manual, documentation of individual training,
maintaining individual training records, remedial, and recurring training. (CDRL A005
and A024)

9.11. Evaluation of Personnel: Prepare an evaluation program that assesses the
effectiveness of training and the proficiencies of the officers receiving training. Initiate
and maintain records that document results of training. Review and document all
functions related to security for Air Force Plant 42, annually. Retrain and document
personnel requiring remedial training. The government reserves the right to conduct no-
notice, security related exercises and assess performance levels through these
exercises. Exercises shall not be outside the scope of responsibilities listed in this
PWS. Maintain records of exercises and provide a copy to the Government upon

9.12. Service Delivery Summary

Security Guard Force Services             PWS Paragraph          Performance Threshold
All positions manned for duty                  9.0, 9.2          95% of the time

Pass and Registration service                       9.6          90% of the time during duty
Reports and Analysis service                        9.6          100% of the time during
                                                                 duty hours
Provide Self Inspection for Pass and                9.6          Measured by
Registration and Reports and Analysis                            documentation
Provide an immediate response in the                9.8          100% of the time
common area to any PL 2 or 3 resource                            measured by
                                                                 • Valid customer
                                                                 • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                     Observed” Inspections.
                                                                 Unsatisfactory Observation
                                                                 Area Inspections
Execute the Installation Security Plan           9.3,9.7,9.8     100% of the time,
                                                                 measured by
                                                                 • Valid customer
                                                                 • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                     Observed” Inspections.
                                                                 Unsatisfactory Observation
                                                                 Area Inspections
Execute the Full Spectrum Threat Plan               9.8          100% of the time,
                                                                 measured by
                                                                 • Valid customer
                                                                 • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                     Observed” Inspections.
                                                                 Unsatisfactory Observation
                                                                 Area Inspections
Surge requirements                               9.2,9.7,9.8     Ensure government
                                                                 involvement on each

                                                              request 100% of the time
Store, issue, secure, account for all               9.9       100% of the time when not
firearms and ammunition                                       used in performance of
                                                              duty, measured by
                                                              • Valid customer
                                                              • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                  Observed” Inspections.
                                                              Unsatisfactory Observation
                                                              Area Inspections
Conduct and maintain monthly. Arms                  9.9       100% of the time,
Ammunition and Equipment inventories                          measured by
on weapons and ammunition                                     • Valid customer
                                                              • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                  Observed” Inspections.
                                                              Unsatisfactory Observation
Conduct and maintain AA&E inventory                 9.9       100% of the time,
every time weapons and ammunition are                         measured by
issued or turned-in.                                          • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                  Observed” Inspections.
                                                              Unsatisfactory Observation
Maintain and update the Random Vehicle              9.5       Changed monthly 100% of
Inspection Memorandum                                         the time
Conduct vehicle searches and inspection           9.4,9.5     As required per monthly
                                                              Random Vehicle Inspection
                                                              Memorandum, measured
                                                              • Valid customer
                                                              • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                  Observed” Inspections.
                                                              Unsatisfactory Observation
Respond to emergencies in a timely                  9.8       100% of the time,
manner. Then followed-up with a                               measured by
notification to the government                                • Valid customer
                                                              • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                  Observed” Inspections.
                                                              Unsatisfactory Observation
Maintaining a clean and professional              9.0, 9.11   85% of the time, rolling
looking vehicle both inside and out for all                   average of 60 days
Government furnished, GSA, and/or                             measured by
Contractor provided vehicles.                                 • Unsatisfactory “As
                                                                  Observed” Inspections.
                                                              Unsatisfactory Observation

                              SECTION 10

10.0 Government-Furnished Property: Establish, maintain, account, and
manage/control all categories of government property under this contract in accordance
with FAR Part 45. The Government shall initially provide, without cost to the contractor,
the facilities, equipment and materials listed in Attachment 1. Except for those items or
services specifically stated as government-furnished, the Contractor shall furnish
everything needed to perform this contract according to its terms. The contractor shall
clearly mark and segregate Contractor-owned property and Government-Furnished
property. Other property identified for use in performance of this contract shall be the
responsibility of the contractor. Contractor shall perform contract administration duties
to maintain, repair, and keep all government property in a suitable condition for use.

10.1. GFP Compliance Documents.

                                                                   MANDATORY             ADVISORY
PUBLICATION                 DATE                 TITLE             PARAGRAPHS            PARAGRAPHS
                                                                   ALL SECTIONS
                                                                   RELATED TO
Federal Acquisition                                                GOVERNMENT
Regulation Part 45 and 52                                          PROPERTY

10.2. Real Property: The government shall furnish or make available facilities
described within this section. Government facilities have been inspected for compliance
with the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). Any hazards for which work-
arounds have been established will be identified during performance based on the
results of any facility reviews conducted by the Government. The Government will
attempt to correct these hazards in accordance with Contractor developed and
accepted plans of abatement taking into account safety and health priorities subject to
availability of government funding. A higher priority for correction will not be assigned to
the facilities provided hereunder merely because of this contract award. The
identification of any hazardous conditions does not warrant or guarantee that no other
possible hazards exist, or that the work-around procedures currently employed will be
adequate to meet the responsibilities of the Contractor. Compliance with the OSHA and
other applicable laws and regulations for the protection of employees in exclusively the
obligation of the Contractor, and the Government will assume no liability or
responsibility for the Contractor’s compliance or noncompliance with such requirements,

with the exception of the aforementioned responsibility to make corrections in
accordance with accepted plans of abatement subject to priorities. Prior to any
modification of the facilities performed by the Contractor, the Contractor must notify the
ASC Det 1 personnel and provide documentation describing in detail the modification to
be performed. No alterations to the facilities shall be made without specific written
permission from the Government; however, in the case of alterations necessary for
OSHA compliance, such permission shall not be unreasonably withheld. The
Contractor shall return the facilities to the government in the same condition as
received, fair wear and tear and approved modifications excepted. These facilities shall
be used in the performance of this contract only or as approved by the Contracting

10.3. Procurement of Supplies, Materials, and Equipment: Provide for the
procurement of all necessary, supplies, materials, and equipment required in
performance of this contract and ensures sufficient quantities are available to minimize
impacts or delays in work associated with shortages. The contractor shall utilize an
automated, integrated, compatible asset management system for the acquiring,
maintaining, tracking, and accounting for all actions in support of the operation. Items
procured under this section shall be made under the cost reimbursement contract line
item (Material, Supply and Equipment CLIN) of this contract and may require
contracting officer approval. Purchasing procedures shall be submitted for Government
review and approval. (CDRL A008).

10.3.1 Contractor shall maintain records for all purchases associated with the
procurements made on behalf of the Government. Those records shall be made
available to the Government upon request. For routine purchase requests in excess of
$500, contracting officer approval will be required. Increases or decreases associated
with this threshold will be at the discretion of the contracting officer.

10.3.2. Procurement from Commercial Sources: Procurement from commercial
sources will be authorized in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
Part 12 when advantageous to the government in terms of mission accomplishment,
delivery and cost savings, or as otherwise directed by the Contracting Officer. All
purchases shall be best value to the government.

10.3.3. Materials: The government will furnish an initial inventory of materials at the
onset of the contract and may continue to provide such materials for the duration of the
contract, including option periods as determined by the Contracting Officer. The
following materials will not be provided to the Contractor at direct government expense:
materials not identified to and end item, office supplies, i.e., paper, pens, pencils, etc.
The Contractor shall obtain these materials at no direct cost to the government.

10.3.4. Equipment: The government will furnish the equipment listed in Attachment 1.
At the end of its useful life, the following shall not be replaced at direct government
expense: Contractor ADP equipment and associated peripherals, hand-held general
purpose tools, contractor office furniture and equipment.

10.3.5. Equipment Account: Throughout the contract period, the Contractor shall keep
current the GFE inventory. This inventory shall be maintained via electronic means,
using the software that is compatible, and integrated, with the asset management

10.3.6. Equipment Inventory: Sixty days prior to contract completion, the incoming and
incumbent contractor shall conduct a joint inventory for all government furnished
equipment (GFE) listed and jointly determine the working condition of all equipment.
The government representative shall certify his/her agreement on working order,
condition, and defective equipment. Failure of the Contractor to agree on working order
and defects shall be treated as a dispute pursuant to the clause of this contract entitled
“Disputes”. The government representative will give disposition instructions for items
beyond repair. The incumbent Contractor shall prepare transfer documentation listings
of all serviceable equipment and prepare paperwork for Contracting Officer approval
and signature from incoming/incumbent Contractors.

10.3.7: Material, Supply and Equipment CLINs on this contract will only allow the
purchase of said items above.

10.3.8: At the end of each quarter, the contractor shall submit report of the balances of
material and equipment on hand, and receipts and issues of material and equipment,
and an updated listing of each. Information shall be delivered by electronic format
compatible with government information technology systems. (CDRL A026)

10.3.9: The contractor shall establish and maintain comprehensive records for all
categories of Government furnished property in accordance with FAR Part 45,
accepted industrial practices, and established property control procedures. All records
shall be maintained in the integrated asset management system. Procedures for
property accounting and management shall be submitted to the ACO within 60 days
after end of transition period. Procedures shall be reviewed and kept current. Any
revision/changes shall be submitted to the ACO for review. (CDRL A028)

10.4: Services: Any services shall be the responsibility of the contractor and will be
paid under the Fixed Price CLINs. Services include but are not limited to:
Requirements for Services for Fire, Maintenance, Security, Engineering, and
Administration under the PWS also included in the Fixed Price CLINs are Rubbish
(trash and dump) Removal, Pest/Rodent Control, Weed Abatement, Radio/Telephone
Support, Locksmith, and Landscaping.

10. 5. General Purpose Vehicles: General purpose vehicles required in support of
meeting contract requirements will not be provided. Government owned general
purpose vehicles may be initially supplied and shall be used until they are no longer
serviceable. The contractor may elect to either lease or buy replacement vehicles. It
will be the responsibility of the contractor to determine the most cost effective manner in

determining the vehicles required to meet contract requirements. In the event that the
contractor determines that a leasing arrangement is in the best interest of contract
performance, the contractor must provide a mechanism to accomplish any required
maintenance, refueling, and service and/or repair under the terms of the lease.
Consumable items, parts, and/or equipment will not be eligible for reimbursement under
the material and supplies line items of this contract. If contractor-owned vehicles for
use on this contract require labor to perform any maintenance actions only those direct
costs shall be included as part of the fixed priced portion of the contract.

10.6: Transportation Plan. Throughout the contract period, the contractor shall
provide a mechanism to ensure that all general purpose vehicles remain available and
operationally ready to meet contract performance requirements. At such time the
contractor determines that any government –furnished general purpose vehicle is
nearing the end of its useful life, the contract shall provide a plan for the replacement of
said general purpose vehicles. At the end of their useful life, and upon replacement the
government-furnished general purpose vehicles shall be excessed. (CDRL A031)

10.7. Contractor Owned Contractor Operated (COCO) Maintenance and Repair:
The contractor shall maintain all Contractor owned contractor operated (COCO)
vehicles and equipment in a safe and serviceable condition suitable for their intended
use. The Contractor shall not use any Government materials, or parts to maintain
COCO vehicles or equipment.

10.8. Rent-free Use: The Government will make available on a rent free “non-
interference” basis Bldg 531 to perform maintenance of COCO vehicles and equipment.
Government will also allow bench stock materials, supplies, equipment, and
consumable items required for maintenance of COCO vehicles to be stored in the
Government supply area as long as said property is physically separated from
Government Property Supply items to prevent the potential co-mingling of contractor
and government property items.

10.9. Supply Activity: Establish, operate and maintain a Supply Activity, in
accordance with the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS), and Air Force Manual 23-
110, Volume II, Part II, Basic Air Force Procedure. Utilize the fully integrated, automated
asset management system to maintain stock balances and consumption records to
assure the availability of adequate balances of spares, maintenance materials, technical
spare parts, components and consumables to support operations to the standards
required by the PWS. Supply procedures shall be submitted for Government review
and approval. (CDRL A007).

10.9.1. Unique Item Identification (UID): DOD Instruction 5000.64 requires
accountability for all property with unit costs of $5,000.00 or more is sensitive or
classified and furnished to third parties regardless of cost. The goal is to integrate item
data across department, federal and industry improve item management and
accountability and improve asset visibility and life-cycle management and assist clean
audit opinions on item portions of financial statements. At the time such

requirements are implemented on service contracts (anticipated mandatory
compliance 05 Jan 05), the contractor shall be responsible for those
responsibilities within the current scope of the contract.

10.10. MILSTRIP: Establish and maintain requisition capability for the purpose of
Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedure (MILSTRIP) in accordance with
DoD 4000.25-1-M. Monitor the expenditure of funds, and provide a detailed report of
expenditures, including any supporting data, to the Contracting Officer at the end of
each quarter of the current calendar year. (CDRL A025).

10.11 PCARSS: Utilize the Web-based Plant Clearance Automated Reutilization
Screening System (PCARSS) for plant clearance reutilization and screening functions.

10.12. Payment Agent: Contractor shall act as an agent for the Government and pay
for all utilities usage, including telecommunications network costs, local and long
distance telephone, cellular, electricity, gas, water and fuel for the Common Area.
Payment for these costs shall be at a minimum cost to the government and will be
reimbursable under the cost reimbursable contract line item(s) of this contract.

10.13. Contractor Telephone Utilization
Contractor shall review all contractor long distance bills for excessive use, provide a
copy to the user for validation, resolve any discrepancies with the telephone company
and report excessive use to the designated ASC Det 1 personnel. Determine from long
distance bills received any charges incurred by Contractor personnel for calls made to
outside agencies that did not directly relate to meeting customer requirements and
expectations. Costs incurred for unauthorized telephone utilization will be the
responsibility of the contractor.

10.14 Property Service Delivery Summaries

Property                              PWS Paragraph      Performance Threshold
Compliance with FAR Parts 45 and 52         All          97% of the time


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